Three Windshield-Chip Repairs or $100 Toward Replacement at Mid City Auto Glass (Up to 71% Off)


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Technicians repair chips before they turn into large cracks; the team also travels to cars in need of full replacement

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for mobile auto repair. 20 mile radius from zip code 75081. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Extra fee for over-sized vehicles. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Mid City Auto Glass - Dallas: Three Windshield-Chip Repairs or $100 Toward Replacement at Mid City Auto Glass (Up to 71% Off)

Without windshield wipers, drivers would have limited visibility in the rain and no weapons with which to joust for contested parking spaces. Wipe away the competition with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $39 for three windshield-chip repairs ($105 value)
  • $29 for $100 toward windshield replacement

Glass technicians repair chips in a single session, removing unsightly and problematic indentations before they spread into dangerous cracks. Alternatively, Groupon holders can opt to apply the $100 value of this offer toward a complete windshield replacement. All full windshield replacements include the price of a technician traveling to the car's location, up to 20 miles from zip code 75081.

Laminated Windshield Glass: One Big Peace of Mind

Car windshields aren’t just there to keep out the rain; they’re also one of a vehicle’s more important safety devices. Read on to learn more about how the glass keeps from breaking into shards.

In the early days of the automobile, when cars were slow and bugs still obeyed traffic laws, windshields weren't a big concern. Cars were as much a luxurious way to catch a breeze as they were a way to get around, and most had no front window at all. But as cars got faster and more dangerous, the glass windshield was introduced, and with it came a new concern: how to keep drivers safe from their own car during an accident. The solution eventually became laminated glass—a material that helps keep a windshield intact as one large sheet when it breaks. Though they've gone through many improvements over the years, since 1966 laminated windshields have all been made of two sheets of glass bonded with a layer of thin plastic film (poly vinyl butyral, or PVB) between them. The inner PVB layer adheres tightly to the glass layers, preventing broken shards from flying apart and causing additional injuries. Without such an innovation, windshields might still be a danger to drivers. The first windshields, found in racecars and early Cadillacs, were made of everyday glass, and according to The Complete Guide to Auto Glass Installation: A Textbook, about half the people hurt in car accidents in 1923 had injuries related to broken glass.

One of the additional benefits to a three-layer windshield is that, should it get chipped, the damage often only happens to one layer—making small chips relatively easy to repair. These days, repair technicians can often fix small cracks and chips in windshields by filling them with a strong, clear resin that bonds to the surrounding glass. The result is a smooth, inconspicuous surface that leaves almost no evidence of damage from when a teenage couple carved their initials into it.


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