Imagine that you're driving behind a semi on a country road. Suddenly, a rock flies up from one of the back wheels and hits your windshield. Now you have a chip. You've maybe even experienced this situation, and if you have, you know that you can't just leave it because that tiny chip can grow into a long crack. In this situation, you need to have it repaired. Here are a few things that you can expect from a repair.

First of all, a repair strengthens the place where you have the chip. While you will still be able to see the chip, it's less likely to spread. You should also know that you'll still be able to see it.

You should also know that long cracks are not the best candidates for repair. More than likely, you'll need to replace the windshield if the damage even if a repair is a short-term fix that you choose.

 

 

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