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What to do if you have a chip in the windshield of your vehicle

What do you do if you have a chip in the windshield of your vehicle? 

If you’ve ever been driving around Tampa and seen a chip in the windshield, The sight of a new crack or chip on your windshield can prove frustrating and you’ve probably just wanted to what hit your car. There are several types of windshield chips and each has their culprit.

There are different types of cracks that may require you to bring in your vehicle for windshield repair.  While windshield cracks are generally caused from objects such as hail, rocks, or other road debris hitting your windshield they can often occurs without anything touching the windshield, such as a large variation in the temperature – those auto glass repair’s start at the edge of the windshield.

Experts at Gerber recommend having your windshield crack inspected immediately because there is a chance of it spreading and getting larger the longer you leave it.   To have your windshield inspected, visit Gerber Collision and Glass to find the auto glass repair location nearest to you.

With over 100 locations to serve you, and a written lifetime guarantee on all work, we are your hail windshield repair specialist!

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About Gerber Collision & Glass

http://www.gerbercollision.com For over seventy years, customers have trusted their automotive collision and glass repairs to Gerber Collision & Glass. Quality workmanship backed by our Lifetime Guarantee and outstanding customer service are just a couple of the reasons why our customers choose to bring their vehicles to Gerber.

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