Repairing Chips in the Winter

Chips in the Winter

Most people who have been driving for a few years can tell you that you’re more likely to get a chip or crack in your windshield during the winter. That’s because sudden swings in temperature, like what happens during frigid Pittsburgh winters, can take microscopic chips and turn them into long, spiderweb-like cracks that can make it difficult to see while you’re driving.

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