Maintaining Perfect Auto Glass Part Six | Windshield Replacement
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Maintaining Perfect Auto Glass Part Six
This means being careful where you park when your car is at home and when you are out and about. Of course there are many different things that can damage your auto glass or your windshield if you park without protection and these can include things thrown up from the road as cars drive past, things that fall from above (such as acorns or things dropped by birds), and of course there’s always the possibility that someone will scratch your window vindictively – and sad though it is if you have a nice car then this is almost always a possibility.
This then means that if you have the ability to park off-road, and particularly if you can shelter your vehicle in say a garage, that you should certainly jump at this opportunity. If you don’t have a garage or something to that kin, then you may want to invest in one in order to protect your auto glass.
When parking not in a garage, either because you don’t have one or when you are out and about, then there are some other slight precautions you can take.
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