Free Windshield Repair/Replacement From Your Insurance
Be careful driving down the road with a chipped or cracked windshield. Cracks can quickly grow, especially on bumpy roads and with large temperature changes, and it may be illegal if it obstructs your visibility. So act quickly before something annoying becomes something expensive and life threatening.
The good news is that auto insurance covers most damaged windshields, often with no deductible. But it depends on how your windshield was damaged and what kind of insurance you carry. Read on to learn the details.
If your windshield is damaged in a car accident, repair or replacement of the glass is covered with the rest of the damage to the car.
- Damage from a car accident – If your windshield is damaged in a car accident and the other driver is at fault, that driver’s liability coverage will pay for the windshield. Since liability insurance has no deductibles, there is no cost to you. If you were at fault for the accident and you carry collision insurance, your own collision policy, will cover the windshield, but you will first have to pay your collision deductible. Read more about the Free Windshield Repair/Replacement...