A professional windshield replacement is one way to ensure you and your passengers’ safety. A windshield that is full of chips and cracks can be dangerous, as these damages are prone to catching glares from the sun that can send a blinding light into your eyes. These small imperfections can also turn into larger cracks that can make it difficult to see out of the windshield. A shattered windshield is the most dangerous as auto glass riddled with cracks can severely impair a driver’s line of sight. Why risk it? It’s best to call Denver Mobile Auto Glass for a mobile auto glass repair or windshield replacement!

  1. Surprising Ways to Protect Your Auto Glass While Camping

    Living in Denver means we are just a few hours away from some of the best camping in the country. But before heading out on your adventure, you will want to consider the state of your auto glass. As with any road trip, camping comes with its set of risks and hazards that could spell disaster for you…Read More

  2. 4 Safety Tips For When You’re Caught In a Storm While Driving

    The spring showers are well underway here in Denver, which can bring everything from gentle rain showers to hailstorms with hail the size of golf balls. If you’re familiar with the weather here, you know just how quickly a sunny day can suddenly turn into a thunderstorm-filled afternoon, which can…Read More

  3. Spring Car Maintenance Checklist 2019, Part 2

    Welcome back to part two of our short blog series! In the spirit of the new spring season, we began sharing helpful car care hints for you to consider to keep your vehicle running great and looking sharp. Here are some of the tips we offered in our last checklist: Check all lightbulbs Thoroughly ins…Read More

  4. 3 Garage Storage Tips to Prevent Windshield Damage, Part 2

    Welcome back to part two of Denver Mobile Auto Glass’s short blog series exploring garage storage tips. We will pick up where we left off last time and share three more tips you can use to create a safe parking space in your garage to protect your auto glass and the body of your vehicle. If you mi…Read More

  5. 3 Garage Storage Tips to Prevent Windshield Damage, Part 1

    Windshield damage can occur anytime, anywhere — even in the garage. If you park your vehicle in the garage, there are efficient ways to keep objects stored and secured so they don’t harm the body of your car or your car windows. In part one of our short blog series, the helpful auto glass techni…Read More

  6. Why You Need A Windshield Replacement In 2019

    When you start the new year with a damaged windshield, you should consider the risks involved with driving with a chipped or cracked windshield. Sure, you’ve probably made a long list of New Resolutions that you’d like to accomplish this year, but where does your vehicle fit onto that list? Ther…Read More

  7. 5 Gift Ideas For A Young Driver

    With Christmas just around the corner, you’ve probably already started your holiday shopping. If you’re a parent or guardian of a young driver who has just started becoming familiar with the responsibilities that accompany car ownership, you might consider some non-traditional gifts for them. Of…Read More

  8. 6 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Wiper Blades

    The wiper blades you have on your front, and sometimes rear, windshields have one purpose: to clear debris from your auto glass so you can see clearly through them. However, when it comes to regular vehicle maintenance, windshield wiper blades are often forgotten about. A good rule of thumb is to re…Read More

  9. 3 Tips for Avoiding Hail Damage on Your Auto Glass

    Summertime is officially upon us here in Denver, which means the afternoon storms we’ve been experiencing as of late are far from over. We’ve already seen our fair share of hailstorms, so we thought we would share some tips with you to help you protect your auto glass from hail damage this summe…Read More

  10. 3 Common Causes of Broken Auto Glass, Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to part two of our short blog series. In our recent post, we began looking at some of the most common causes of broken windshields and damaged auto glass. The three common causes we looked at included: Storm debris (falling branches, hail, objects blowing in the wind, etc.) E…Read More