A cracked windshield is a big deal, but repairing or replacing it doesn’t have to be. If the auto glass damage is six inches or smaller, it can usually be repaired—so you don’t need to pay for a new windshield, and you’ll save even more money because we’ll waive your deductible. And more good news for educators - the auto glass repair process takes less than 45 minutes and can be done right at your home or workplace, so it’s easy to fit into your busy schedule.
In some cases, depending on the location or severity of the damage, your windshield may have to be replaced. But whether it’s a simple auto windshield repair or a new windshield, the most important thing is to restore it to acceptable safety standards.
Our members can rest assured that the auto glass repair process is simple and easy. If you have Comprehensive coverage and need to make an auto glass repair claim, follow these simple steps:
- Call 1-888-623-2155 to report your auto glass repair claim.
- A representative will arrange to have your auto glass repaired or replaced.
- We’re happy to suggest an auto glass repair shop for you, or feel free to use an auto glass repair vendor of your choice. Either way, if your windshield is simply being repaired, your deductible will be waived. But, if your windshield needs to be replaced, you’ll be responsible for the deductible.