Who pays for your cracked windshield?

Date: 19 October 2011
Source: http://www.foxbusiness.com
Insurers are often willing to cover glass repairs, and for good reason.The windshield is one of your car's primary safety features, right up there with seat belts and air bags.

If you notice a ding - or worse, a long crack -it's worth taking a few minutes to call your insurer.

Your car insurance company will likely be happy to pick up the tab for repairs just to prevent the break from getting worse, which it will. As David Erwin, director of repair services at Safelite AutoGlass, wryly notes, "It's broken glass."

Read more: www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2011/10/17/who-pays-for-your-cracked-windshield/#ixzz1b7DhqZT5

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Date: 19 October 2011
Source: http://www.foxbusiness.com

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