Windscreens are an invaluable part of a vehicle; it contributes towards supporting the weight of the vehicle’s body. This is exactly why it needs to be cared for and maintained. But of course, not matter what we do to look after our car, especially our windscreen, there’s always a small possibility of it getting damaged. There is so much information on cracks chips, repair and replacement requirements for windscreens that circulate over the internet. Some of them are good and some bad and we need to be careful what we choose to believe or not. We need to be well informed when to come to our cars. So let us clarify some of the misunderstandings that revolve around windscreens. Windscreens don’t break The windscreens used today are made of laminated glass. Even though they are extremely strong and can endure much, they still can crack. A variety of things can crack, chip or break the windscreen. It could be debris flying everywhere, or a piece of gravel hitting your glass caused by the vehicle in front of your speeding up or even the temperature can expand or contract the windscreen. But the best part of modern crafted windscreens is that if they do shatter they shouldn &r squo;t harm you or cut you. There are a variety of cracks and breaks that occur on your windscreen. Yes they happen for a variety of reasons and due to various speeds or temperatures but it’s important to seek professional advice by a highly recommend supplier: A1 Windscreen Supplies
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Email: sales@a1windscreens.com.au