Ice adheres to our windshield wipers at the most inopportune times. But thankfully there are many ways to keep your wiper blades free and in the clear of ice build-up. From covers to shakers to de-icers, read about a few of your options to keep your vision clear during winter travel.

You got a chip in your windshield on the way home, now you aren’t sure if you can continue to drive or if you should take it into the shop. Find out your answer here!

Winter can be a real chore for those who park their vehicles outdoors. Instead of a warm cup of coffee, you are greeted daily by snow, ice, and frost. None of which are in a rush to remove themselves from your vehicle's windshield. Keeping these items off of your windshield will make getting on the road that much easier and get your day started on the right note. Here are some time-saving suggestions to prevent an icy windshield.

Hail storms come without a warning and can destroy your vehicle, costing you a lot of money.  

According to this article, State Farm spokesperson, Dave Phillips, said the average hail claim in 2015 ran just under $3,500. To help you avoid costly repairs, here’s what to do after the storm hits.

Gorilla Glass, strong windshield

The world is constantly becoming more technologically advanced and the future of auto glass is no different. Windshield technology is improving and Gorilla Glass--a stronger, lighter, and optically advantaged product--is changing the way we look at windshields.

If you have a crack in your windshield or car window, it is important to get it fixed immediately. Vehicle windshields are designed to protect you from the dangers of the road. One small crack can compromise the technology and diminish the safety features.

How Insurance Will Cover The Cost of Your New Windshield

As long as you drive a motor vehicle, you are likely to end up with a cracked or chipped windshield. Do you understand how insurance will cover the costs of windshield repair or windshield replacement? And, do you know that some glass companies will do the work for you?

It can get cold and nasty during Minnesota winters. Your windshield has to endure this too. Winter Advisories usually warn us about cold temps, wind, ice, and snow. All of these can be hazardous to your windshield.