New drivers face many challenges on the road, including rocks kicked up by other vehicles on the road. These rocks have the potential to damage vehicle mirrors, windows, and in particular, put rock chips in windshields. We have five important pieces of advice about auto glass and auto glass repair especially for new drivers and their parents.
Winter is here for the next few months, and with it comes all the hazards drivers must endure. At Kirmac, we know that icy roads, snowy climbs and snow storms can make it a hazard to drive anywhere, let alone in the mountains. If you are headed to a higher altitude this winter, do so cautiously by keeping these pointers in mind.
Walking out of your home in the morning and discovering that your car window has been broken in to is one of the most unpleasant surprises you might have the misfortune of experiencing. The shock and discomfort that follows this discovery might make you feel confused. Every day, Kirmac auto glass repair technicians help people recover from this kind of problem. We have some tips that will help you respond correctly.
It’s that time of year again, when kids head back to school to continue their educations. That’s why Kirmac wants to take a little time to talk to our regular customers about child automotive safety—after all, when kids head back to school, that’s also when the adults in their lives get busy with carpooling, after-school activities, and the other day to day errands that accompany the school year.
If you have ever been in an auto accident, you know just how much difficulty it can cause. While we offer customers our Instant Access collision repair and auto glass service to speed the restoration process along, we know that dealing with the full implications of an accident can require some extra time. This is perhaps especially true for drivers who have been in a hit and run.