Our experienced windshield technicians in Fort Lauderdale, Florida are certified to be proficient at repairing and replacing the windshield of all kinds of vehicles—cars, SUVs, RVs, etc.
With the help of advanced technology and innovative glass repair materials, they can repair all kinds of cracks, chips, or scratches present on the windshield. If the repair is beyond damage, our technicians will replace the broken windshield and install a new one.
They use disposable gloves and high-quality suction cups while installing the windshield to make sure that the adhesive and sealant surface of the windshield does not get tainted.
After installation, they test the new windshield under various circumstances to make sure it is weatherproof, to provide maximum safety and comfort to you and your passengers.
Both windshield repair and replacement have their own benefits:
Fixing a small crack in a timely manner will prevent it from further spreading. Our windshield repair technicians in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, can fix most minor chips or cracks in just 30 minutes to restore the visibility and durability of the vehicle.
It is an affordable and time-saving solution to get your windshield repaired.
Replacing a windshield requires a little longer time—usually about 3 hours depending on the availability of the required windshield in stock. Our windshield replacement technicians in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, offer timely and affordable windshield replacement services to restore the integrity of the car.
In some cases, the chipped windshield may still seem blurry even after being repaired, installing a new windshield ensures the highest level of visibility.
For more information on windshield repair and replacement services in Fort Lauderdale, call (561)609-9590 today. Visit us now and get your FREE windshield replacement today!
Anywhere between $0 to $1700. Yes, if you have comprehensive coverage for your car in Florida, you can get your windshield replaced or repaired for free! However, if you don’t have comprehensive coverage, it can cost you $600 on average to fully replace a windshield, irrespective of your car's size. It includes the cost of replacing the windshield that could be anywhere between $150-$450, and the cost of labor, which can range from $200 to $250.
Luxury cars can go up to $ 1600 depending on the type of vehicle. The overall cost varies depending on what model the car is, what type of glass is used in the windshield, what is the location or type of damage, and the brand of service you choose. Add-ons like sensors and wipers can also add to the overall cost of replacing a windshield in Florida.
Yes, it does! According to Florida statute, section 627.7288, Cars that have comprehensive coverage can get windshield replacement or repair free of cost. Car insurance companies are not permitted to apply a deductible to either repair or replacement of the windshields.
Driving with a damaged windshield is dangerous, and it can be illegal to drive with a cracked windshield in Florida if it is obstructing the view of the driver. It is in your best interest to get your damaged windshield repaired or replace as soon as possible!
Anywhere between $150 to $1700. If you don't have comprehensive coverage for your vehicle in Florida, you will need to pay for windshield replacement or repair. It can cost anywhere between $150 to $1700, depending on the type of car. Windshield for an average car can cost $150-$400 depending on the model, add $200-$250 as cost of labor, and your bill can be anywhere between $350 to 650. As we move towards luxury cars, the cost of repair or replacement increases. It can go up to $1500, excluding the cost of labor.
Yes and No. Although there are no mentions of damaged or cracked windshields in Florida laws per se, however, there are certain regulations in the law that can make it illegal to drive in a car with a cracked or damaged windshield.
Stickers, signs, or coverings of any type are strictly prohibited in the state of Florida. Only the stickers that have been made mandatory by law are allowed. GPS devices and toll payments are only allowed if they do not impede the driver's view. Since cracked or damaged windows can obstruct the driver's view in some cases, so it can be illegal to drive with a cracked vehicle in Florida.
Moreover, according to Federal regulation, any cracks or chips, even if they are as small as 0.75 inches in diameter, are not allowed if they are anywhere near another crack.
All in all, it depends on the police officer’s judgment whether they issue you a citation or not.
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