Truck Windshield Repair
If there is damage caused by chips and cracks you should address it immediately or the windshield crack will continue to spread beyond the point of any repair. At that point, it becomes necessary to replace the windshield. It’s not just a ticket offense and possibility for company penalty; it can be hazardous for the driver as well.
If you are driving a commercial truck, we understand that getting your semi truck back on the road needs to happen fast. If you are driving Navistar International, Mack, Hino, Volvo or some other truck we can help. Every Semi truck/ commercial truck windshield replacement is DOT approved. We offer Replacement and repair and OEM glass.
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. The OEM auto glass is fabricated by the same manufacturer that provided the original glass the automaker placed in your vehicle. In essence, you should be getting an almost identical piece of glass as to what your vehicle came with when it rolled off the assembly line. OEM glass also has unique automaker branding on it.
Here at your locally owned and operated Auto Glass Express, we can get you back on the road quickly and safely with a $0 deductible windshield replacement by working directly with your insurance company.
If you are driving small pickup, or some more massive heavy duty truck, no matter.
- Free mobile service. All of our service trucks are “mobile shops” fully equipped to handle any windshield replacement in the field.
- Lifetime warranty
- OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and OEE (Original Equipment Equivalent) parts
- Professional installers
- Best prices around!
Trucks carrying gravel or other rock material may have rocks flying directly out of the back of them. If this happens to you, can you hold the company accountable?
When Is a Company Accountable?
The company may be responsible for the damage if the rock flies and hits you from the back of the car. They could find liable if you stayed between 100 and 150 feet away from the truck. Also, if you can show that the truck was overloaded. It’s important to know if the rock or gravel flies out of the truck and hits the road and then bounces up on your car it is considered road debris. In this case, the company won’t be responsible, even if you can prove that the rock came from companies truck.
Prove Your Claim
You must determine that the rock came from the vehicle and didn’t bounce on the road, so this is a different story. If you had some passenger In the car, obtaining video of the truck may be useful. If you can see other rocks flying out of the back of the truck, you’ll be able to show that what you are stating is the right claim.
This info about the legal claims can help you there on the road knowing your rights. So, be careful, in the trucks and also in the cars, and watch out for yourself and others.