When you are planning to sell your vehicle, it is important to make sure that there aren’t any hidden problems that comes with it. One such problem is a broken windshield. If you have had a rock fly up and hit your windshield, then chances are good that it has cracked or shattered in some way. This can be very dangerous for both the driver of the car and other drivers on the road. In this blog post, we will discuss why it’s important to get your windshield repaired before selling your vehicle!
1) An Intact Windshield Sells Your Vehicle Faster
A broken windshield can be a deal breaker when it comes to finding someone interested in test driving your car. Serious buyers are unlikely to want the responsibility of repairs after they buy, and even if you do find an interested party, chances are their offer will take into consideration any damage found on your vehicle’s glass.
Don’t let a cracked windshield or other auto glass issue to get in your way. Schedule an appointment with our qualified professionals today for quick, reliable service and excellent results!
2) Selling With A Damaged Windshield Can Cost You Money
Think you’ll save money by foregoing windshield repairs before your sell your vehicle? Think again. Windshield repairs are relatively inexpensive, depending on the severity of the damage. In many cases, minor damages can be fixed for less than a hundred bucks and major accidents may cost upwards of $500 to fix.
In many cases, the prospective buyer will be bargaining with you in order to get a better price. It is important not to underestimate this person’s negotiating skills as they may have done it before and know how far they can push for more savings on their part.
3) Your Insurance Company May Pay for Windshield Repair or Replacement
It is important to know your insurance policy and what it covers, before you decide if auto glass repairs are worth the cost. Talk with an agent about whether or not they will cover any of the final bill, how much money out-of-pocket this might be for you personally, and when a claim can still be submitted even though there has been no change in ownership of vehicle.
At Woodland Glass, we understand that when you need a new windshield or one repaired the first thing on your mind is how much it will cost to replace. That’s why our team of NGA-certified installers are here for you seven days a week and can work directly with your insurance company so all repairs come at no additional charge!