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 in your windshield and diminish the vehicle's safety features.

You are driving down the road (most likely the highway) and you hear a loud noise. You might have even flinched from the debris hitting the glass in front of you. Then you see it, the chip or crack in your windshield. So… what do you do next?

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.

What you know about windshield repair and replacement is a lie! You may think that calling your insurance agency and getting referred to a company is the proper way to replace your windshield, but it’s not. You have the right to choose your own windshield repair company, and you should!

Aren’t we all excited to ring in the new year? 2017 will be a chance to start anew and lose old habits. When making your list of new year's resolutions, the first thing on your mind might not be car care. But it definitely should take part.

 The winter can be a bit annoying at times. Your commute may be longer, colder, and scarier. One way to start your commute off right is to have your car warm and ready for the road. Your windshield is an important part of this. As an Auto Glass company, we see windshields damaged from improper de-icing all of the time. Know how to de-ice the right way!

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Your car is probably one of your biggest investments and therefore you want to keep it in great shape. Did you know? 99% of Minnesotans have full glass coverage and a choice of their auto glass company. Your insurance company may have a national brand picked out for you, but you have the choice to pick local, certified experts.

Auto Glass Express is proud to sponsor Bear'ly Open again. The golf on ice tournament will be held on February 6th. All of the proceeds go to the White Bear Area Emergency Food Shelf. So far, the event has contributed over $96,000 to the food shelf. To form your own team contact the Bear'ly Open website.