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What to do After a Car Break In?

Realizing that someone has broken into your car can put a damper on your day. The unfortunate part is the fact that it is not a rare occurrence – thousands of people become victims to auto break-ins ever year. If you realize that someone has broken into your car, follow the guide below because it will go a long way in helping you know what needs to be done, and some tips that will help in...

Can My Windshield be Recycled?

As any school child could tell you, the automotive industry is probably one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas levels. The good news is that many more solutions are being applied that seek to reduce the levels of these gases and adopt a better waste management practices. As long as the impact is not too severe, there is much that can be done to repair a windshield for a fairly low...

How To Break Auto Glass In An Emergency

Although it’s not often, one day you might find yourself in a situation where you need to break the emergency glass in your vehicle. Therefore, you need to be prepared so as to avoid any hassles when this day comes. It’s not as easy as you assume. Use the following tips to break your vehicle’s glass faster and easier when the situation demands it. 1. The Headrest Most vehicles have a...

How Do Windshield Rain Sensors Work?

There are many comfort options on a car that you can get used to very fast: one of these is the auto rain sensor. The equipment provides improved control over a car's wipers, which depends on how dense the rain is. It helps to make driving in the rain easier since it helps you focus your attention better on the road instead of the rain. A rain sensor allows you to perfectly control the wipers'...

Discover Why Windshield Cracks Spread

Windshields provide part of the safety to passengers in vehicles. Even so, they are somewhat fragile. Regardless of where you live it's possible the windshield might crack. Having a small crack in the windshield is not particularly dangerous. When more than one crack develops or the crack begins to spread then it could reduce the level of safety you and the passengers have. Here you can discover...