Glass breakage - Auto

Your vehicle's glass broke?

Contact a glass repair expert

Did your vehicle’s glass break?

It’s as easy as 1-2-3! Have it repaired or replaced immediately: A damage-free windshield could save your life in an accident! Contact one of our approved glass repair experts directly. The repair expert will send us the information we need. Furthermore, if the windshield is repairable, you will have no deductible to pay.

Additional information

  • Repairs or replacement

  • Deductible

  • Premium

When your windshield breaks, it can sometimes be tempting not to do anything about it. After all, it’s just a minor chip that hardly shows! But a small chip can quickly turn into a crack and become a security risk for you and your passengers.

Why should you repair your windshield immediately after it breaks?

  1. Avoid paying a deductible if the break turns into a crack and your windshield needs to be replaced.
  2. Avoid a premium increase: In most cases, the repair won't impact your premium or your insurance file.
  3. Take advantage of an unlimited repair coverage

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The deductible is the amount the insured must pay in the event of a claim. The higher the deductible, the lower the cost of insurance. The higher the deductible, the more the insured will have to pay for damages in the event of a loss.

Do I have to pay a deductible to have my windshield fixed?

You have no deductibles to pay for a windshield repair.

But if it needs to be replaced, you must pay the deductible.

When you renew your auto insurance, insurers use any claims reported in the last five years to determine the risk of you being involved in another accident. The more claims you have on file, the higher the risk and the more your premium is likely to increase.

Will my premiums increase as a result of a broken windshield?

Changes in insurance premiums at renewal are affected by several factors.

In most cases, a windshield repair won’t have an impact on your insurance premium.

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