A windshield chip could crack at any moment, often when you least expect it. Temperature changes are a chip’s worst enemy — even between day and night, during the weather change there’s enough of a change to cause a windshield crack. If this happens when you’re driving, it may not only be uncomfortable to the eye, it could impair your visibility. Repairing a chip will make your windshield as strong as it was before the damage.
*Warranty – repairs are subject to refund of purchase price up to 6months
Wiper blades are one of the most neglected components on vehicles today. Many blades are cracked, split, torn, brittle, worn or otherwise in obvious need of replacement. Others may look okay, but do a lousy job of wiping when put to the test.
Ninety percent of all driving decisions are based on a clear unobstructed view of the road, which means good visibility is absolutely essential — especially during wet weather when vision may be obscured by water, road splash, sleet or snow on the windshield.
Most experts say wiper blades should be replaced every six to twelve months for optimum performance and driving visibility. That’s because wiper blades don’t last forever. Natural rubber deteriorates over time. Halogen-hardened rubber as well as synthetic rubber provides longer life. But eventually all blade materials fall victim to environmental factors. Exposure to sunlight and ozone causes the rubber to age, even if the wipers aren’t used much.