$750 repair, you have got to be kidding me. That might be the dealer's price, but you can get a windshield replaced at certain places for less than $400. Some people keep their comprehensive on their insurance under $500 (around $250) because $500 is just more than the cost to replace a windshield so if they do need it replaced, they use their insurance and only have to pay $250 instead of full price for it. Fixing a windshield should cost no more than a couple hundred to be a good alternative to replacing it.BeastieBen said:mine was transported from one dealer to another, when they cleared off the snow, there was a 6 inch crack from the base of the windshield going upwards at a 45º angle. The dealer said he would fix it for free (a $750 repar) :shock:
Some insurance companies offer that even if you don't have a $0 deductible for comprehensive, but sadly with my driving record (2 speeding tickets and 2 not-at-fault accidents) Geico and Progressive are the only ones I can get under $1000 for 6 months.USCMazda3 said:What kind of insurance do you guys have? Whenever one of our cars gets a crack in the windshield, the insurance always covers the replacement.