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Call a windshield repair place. They have this resin they use to fix small cracks and chips. If done correctly you can't tell it was ever damaged. I don't think it is expensive either, some insurance companies even cover it without deductible. If you leave it it can get bigger and eventually crack the whole windshield. I'd get it taken care of ASAP.
Vehicle: 2013 Black Mustang GT Premium w/Track Package 6SPD M/T
Originally Posted by dohc97
Thanks guys. I just scheduled my car for next Saturday with Safe Lite. Cost to repair is $138.
Anybody has experience with work done by Safe Lite?
Sorry to hear about your windshield, same thing happened to me about a month after purchasing my 2013. Did you check with your insurance company on this, most will cover this under comprehensive and there be no charge and it won't effect your rates.
I've used Safe Lite 3 times in 10 years (once on the Mustang) and they always have done a great job for me.
I got a small crack right in the middle down low. Stupid rock flung up on the interstate by a truck! It's about the width of a fingernail. I thought insurance would only cover it if it's in your field of vision or over a certain length?
Boost or Buell, decisions, decisions.
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