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Replacing side windows, rear windows and other car glass

It may be that windscreens go most often and it would be hard to argue that they aren’t also most important. However side windows and rear windows do also break sometimes and they are important. Many people will use some card or board to patch them up but this may not be a great idea even for a short while if the vehicle is in use. For a start there’s the ease of breaking into your car, even if you have no valuables left you never know whose going to wander past and fancy a joyride.
Then there’s the leaking if it rains, water in your car gets into you electrics which gets into your wallet, well metaphorically speaking it gets into your wallet and grabs a wad of money to fix the mess.
Now if you are out on the road of course then your problems get worse, in a car you really need all your windows to see all around you, your mirrors are smaller than on a van because with a car you are expected to be able to see out of your rear view mirror through the back and look over your shoulders for blind spots. As for putting card or board in your front side windows simply don’t if you are going to drive somewhere.

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