Windshield Replacement FAQs

Yes, 30 minutes after the windshield replacement you can drive but make sure to crack a window and don’t put unnecessary stress on the new glass.

It’s best to wait 2 days before going to the car wash.

Clear out the inside of your vehicle and keep the dash clear of any objects pressing against the windshield. Also, avoid using sunshades or any covering on the outside of the frame.

Service FAQs

Yes, our “Glass on the Go” mobile service will replace or repair windshields at your home or business.

Yes, we can re-calibrate all cameras and sensors for vehicles with Lane Departure Warning Systems and Rain Sensors in the windshields.

Yes, we offer mobile repair while the fleet vehicle is on their own job site, even at a discounted rate.

Insurance FAQs

No, please call AA&A Windshield & Glass first. We are experts in navigating and handling the insurance side of auto glass. We will ensure that your insurance claim is handled appropriately and with care. We deal with the insurance companies to save you time and effort. 

Yes you can! You always have the right to choose AA&A Windshield & Glass. No insurance company/policy can legally demand you use a specific auto glass company. It’s your vehicle, you take it where you want to. 

Almost all auto glass claims are filed as “no-fault” claims. Typically, no-fault claims will not raise your insurance. 

Auto glass claims are covered under comprehensive insurance policies only. Should you not have full coverage insurance, we offer the very best in auto glass pricing. 

Most insurance companies will not count an auto glass claim as a loss. If you are unsure, please contact your insurance agent to confirm.

Typically, insurance policies have a deductible. The higher the amount, the more you’re expected to pay out of pocket in the event of a claim. Give us a call and our staff will review your insurance policy to determine what your out-of-pocket costs are.

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