When do you need your car insurance to repair and replace a windshield? Often when you run into a problem with your vehicle you need to file an insurance claim. Depending on your deductible, it may be more beneficial to pay for the repair out of pocket than paying a high deductible.
If you carry a low insurance deductible of $100 or lower it will most definitely be cheaper for you to use your comprehensive insurance for a vehicle glass claim . If your deductible is $250 to $500 then most likely it will be cheaper to have your glass paid for out of pocket.
Most windshields cost between $200 and $300. The price goes up for new/newer vehicles with more windshield options. Some of these options include rain sensor, Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), heated windshield option to name a few. These advanced systems have more functionality, but generally carry a higher price tag.
Then, you will also have to factor in labor to the price. Generally, the time it takes RVA Glass to repair a windshield does not take very long. From sourcing the correct part, to travelling to your location for convenience, the whole process can take just a few hours from beginning to end with the actual windshield replacement taking very little time.
If you have questions or need a quote, RVA Glass provides free quotes to all of our potential customers as we are interested in getting (and keeping) your business. All of our work has 100% life of the vehicle guarantee (unless the ownership changes). You can rely on us to be prompt, dependable, service-oriented, and professional. View our reviews or give us a call whenever you need a professional, mobile auto glass repair service.
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