What to do if You Get a Chip in Your Windscreen
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What to do if You Get a Chip in Your Windscreen

Posted By novusautoglassc novusautoglassc     December 16, 2021    

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Cracks and chips are a significant issue depending on where they are located on your windscreen. This is because they can easily distract you and impact your view of the road. In addition, scratches and chips make the sun's glare worse, affecting your vision.

 

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What should you do if you get a chip in your windscreen?

 

  1. Contact your windscreen auto shop for repairs

Get in touch with technicians who can repair your windscreen immediately. The more the chip stays unrepaired, the worse it gets. Therefore, it is essential to repair the chip when you realise your windscreen has one or several. 

 

  1. Cover the chip

Dirt and small particles can get into windscreen chips and make them worse. This will also make it hard to repair the chip. Therefore, it is important to cover the chip before it is fixed. Obtain clear adhesive tape and position it on the broken region.

 

  1. Keep away from direct sunshine

Exposure to hot sunlight will lead to more damage. Make sure to park in the shade.

 

What Causes Chips?

  • Sudden change in temperature
  • Collision and accidents
  • Pebbles, rocks and gravel thrown from other car’s tyres
  • Extreme weather such as the hailstone

 

If you have a chip in your windscreen and need to repair it, contact the team at Novus Auto Glass. We are also mobile, so we can come to you wherever you are. Visit our website or contact us for more information.

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