1. 5 Ways to Avoid Distracted Driving, Part 1

    Hello, and welcome back to the West Texas Windshields blog! In a recent blog series, we spent some time looking at ways to “spring clean” your car and perform maintenance on your vehicle in preparation for the hotter months ahead. In today’s post, we would like to shift our focus to another subject that we at West Texas Windshields feel is incredibly important for our readers and customers i…Read More

  2. Spring Cleaning and Maintenance Tips for Your Car, Part 1

    If you’re like most people, your vehicle can become a temporary storage closet for odds and ends, as well as a trap for dust, dirt, and other debris that builds up over the winter months. This is why spring is the opportune time to clean and repair your vehicle in preparation for the warmer weather, the road trips, and all the adventures you have planned in and around San Angelo and West Texas t…Read More

  3. Is Driving With a Cracked Windshield Dangerous?

    Welcome back to the West Texas Windshields blog! Have you ever wondered just how dangerous driving with a cracked windshield really is? While you might think that small crack in your windshield is nothing more than a nuisance, the truth is, that little crack is a real driving hazard that will only get worse if you ignore it. As your Top Rated Local® windshield replacement team in West Texas, we…Read More

  4. 5 Ways to Prepare Your Car for Bad Weather—Part 2

    Hi there, and thank you for joining us! In part two of our blog series, we will explore more helpful ways to prepare your car for bad weather. As mentioned in part one, we at West Texas Windshields know that the weather here in San Angelo gets pretty intense around this time of the summer. With severe thunderstorms, the threat of tornados, and being right in the heart of the 2017 Atlantic hurrican…Read More

  5. Ways to Remove Decals from Auto Glass

    Whether you’re a super sports fan, a music lover, or you’re really into politics, you’ve probably stuck a decal or bumper sticker on your back windshield or on the side windows of your car or truck. Car windows are a great location for decals, rather than affixing them to the bumper or the body of your vehicle, but those stickers can leave a sticky residue on your windshield that attracts di…Read More

  6. Simple Tips for Prepping Your RV Windows

    With summer just around the corner, you’ll want to have your RV in tip-top shape for all your road tripping adventures. You’ve checked the tires and brakes, you’ve gotten an oil change, and your motor seems ready to roll, but what about the health of your windshield and side windows? No matter the size of your RV, your vehicle’s windows play an important part in enjoying the sights and sou…Read More

  7. 3 Signs You Need a Windshield Replacement

    We’ve all been there. You’re cruising down the highway enjoying your day, when all of sudden, you hear that familiar, ear-piercing ping, and realize a rock hit your windshield. The crack seems small enough at first, but as you continue driving, you notice the crack getting bigger as it splinters out. You can still see the road, so it doesn’t seem like a big deal...yet. You’re wondering if …Read More

  8. Keep the Fleet Running

    If you manage a fleet of full-size trucks, an LTL fleet, or lease out trucks or contracts to drivers, it is wise to save yourself, them, and your freight shipping clients some precious time by scheduling auto glass repair that can come to you, rather than requiring the truck to stop unwarranted. Planning Mobile Auto Glass Repairs for Trucks There are a number of methods to consider when you’re p…Read More

  9. Oil Field Vehicle Windshield Chip Repair

    When you work in the oil and gas industry, every second of the workday can make a tremendous difference on the profits and proceeds. Whether you’re the owner of the entire operation, managing its oversight, or even just driving one of the many trucks and other heavy equipment needed to keep the operation going, you may be left with decision of what to do with a chipped windshield or piece of aut…Read More

  10. How to Find Trustworthy Mechanics Anywhere

    Whether you’re looking at a major car repair or not, finding a trustworthy and reliable mechanic is a great idea and can save you huge amounts on unneeded car repairs. While every mechanic will likely have occasional suggestions that can cost you money, finding a trustworthy mechanic that is worth listening to can make your life so much easier. Traits of a Great Mechanic While you may have heard…Read More