Windshields: Repair or Replace?


The Wall Street Journal - August 22, 2012

You’re cruis­ing along on the free­way and sud­den­ly a rock flies up from under anoth­er vehicle’s tire. In an instant, there’s a per­ma­nent mar on your wind­shield that dis­tracts you for the rest of your trip.

A new wind­shield would set you back rough­ly $400 or $500, not includ­ing labor, and would be prone t vs o leaks if there’s a bad seal. But there are ser­vices that can repair the nick with a resin that fills the crack and keeps it from growing—as long as the crack is small­er than a dol­lar bill.



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