Depends on the size of the crack. If it is small enough a repair can be made that is fairly inexpensive and will keep the crack from getting any larger. If the crack obstructs the drivers vision you need to have the windshield replaced. Many glass repair shops will come to your home or place of business to make the repair and, depending on your deductible, most insurance companies will cove the repair free rather than pay for a new windshield. Your local glass repair shop will have all the details.
Also, even if the crack extends clear across the windshield you can rest assured that under normal circumsantces the windshield is not going to fall out or leak. The glass is laminated over a pretty substantial rubber like layer to prevent shattering.
No, it must be repaired and/or replaced.
Driving around in Indiana with a windshield suffering from a small crack is fine. But, if the crack exceeds the size of a credit car the glass must be replaced.
No, it is not illegal to sell a car with a cracked windshield in the state of Illinois. However, it is illegal to drive a car with a cracked windshield in almost any state.
Yes, but the cracked windshield will decrease the value of the car. You will probably have more success finding a buyer if you replace the windshield.
If you have a cracked windshield in Ohio, it may not be in violation. The crack has to be obstructing your view while you are driving to be a problem.
The laws for a vehicle with a cracked windshield in Arkansas include a traffic violation penalty for driving with a windshield that is cracked and might obscure the vision of the driver. In general, a ticket is given for this type of offense.
Full coverage, minus the deductible.
not where i live
yes, i live there and its very dangerous you should get it fixed
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