Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Windshield Calibration?

Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Windshield Calibration?

In the past, replacing a windshield was a quick and simple job for technicians. However, with the rise of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), the process has become more complex. Now, specialized computer equipment is needed to properly calibrate your vehicle’s ADAS system after your vehicle’s windshield has been replaced. This greatly increases the amount of time the replacement takes—and it increases the cost. 

Read on to learn more about ADAS and whether the cost of windshield calibration is covered by insurance. 

What is ADAS?

Your vehicle’s ADAS includes collision avoidance, automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assistance, and other safety features—some of which are integrated into your windshield. Modern windshields are equipped with cameras; some of the latest models also have radar sensors in the front grille and ultrasonic components in the bumpers. 

Replacing a windshield can cause the ADAS components to become misaligned, which is why they need to be recalibrated during the process. Failing to recalibrate a camera after replacing a windshield can mean the difference between staying safely in your lane or veering into oncoming traffic. 

How Much Does Windshield Calibration Cost—And Is It Covered by Insurance?

The cost of windshield calibration can vary depending on several factors (including the model of the vehicle and the specific calibrations that are needed) but it can be expensive, potentially exceeding $599 or more.

Although most insurers cover the cost of windshield calibration for drivers whose policies cover broken glass, it’s always best to confirm this with your insurance provider. It’s important to note that while windshield calibration may not be covered by insurance, the cost of actually replacing the windshield will be covered. Ultimately, whether windshield calibration is covered for your vehicle will depend on the terms of your policy. 

Get a Free Estimate for Your Windshield Replacement

Given the complexities involved in replacing a windshield on a modern vehicle, it’s essential to work with an auto glass service provider that offers ADAS calibration. At Lucky Dog Auto Glass, we understand how essential a properly functioning ADAS system is to your safety on the road and have the expertise and specialized equipment needed to get the job done right. Don’t let the cost of windshield calibration deter you from ensuring the safety of you and your passengers—contact us today at (253) 569-9403 for a free estimate!

Will a Chipped or Cracked Windshield Affect My Car’s Resale Value?

Will a Chipped or Cracked Windshield Affect My

Car’s Resale Value?

The time has come: you’re ready to sell your vehicle. Now it’s time to decide what (if anything) needs to be repaired before you put it on the market. As you’re giving your car the once over, you notice some chips in your windshield—are they worth fixing? Over the lifetime of most vehicles, some small chips and cracks are inevitable. However, replacing it could help you get a better price for your vehicle. Before you make a decision, here are some things to consider. 

Why You Should Consider Repairing Your Windshield

There are several reasons why you might want to have your windshield repaired before you sell your car. First, cracks and chips in the windshield will lower your car’s resale value. Whoever purchases your car will need to take on the cost of repairs—so they’ll likely want to subtract that cost from your asking price. This can make negotiations tricky in a private sale, and it will likely be harder to sell your vehicle. If you choose to go through a dealership, the cost of repairs will lower their trade-in or cash offer. 

Insurance might be another way to replace your windshield. Depending on your policy, insurance may cover all or some of the cost of repairs or replacement. If your policy covers your windshield, it’s definitely worth taking advantage of if you’d like to get the best price for your vehicle. 

On the whole, repairing your windshield is often a good idea, especially if the damage is noticeable. Your car will be easier to sell, and you’ll likely recoup the repair costs in the sale price. 

Why You Might Not Want to Repair Your Windshield

Although there are many cases where repairing your windshield is obviously the best choice, it all comes down to your unique circumstances. For example, if money is tight and insurance or warranties aren’t available to help you cover the costs, you may need to take a loss on the sale price. 

If the damage is extremely minor, it may not be worth fixing. However, it’s still your responsibility to disclose any damage you’re aware of to the buyer. A private buyer may not care about a minor chip or crack, but there’s always a chance they’ll want the sale price reduced. However, minor damage shouldn’t be enough to make it difficult to sell your car. 

You should also take the value of your vehicle into account. For example, if you’re selling a 2-year-old supercar with low mileage, most buyers would likely find any damage unacceptable. If you’re selling a worn clunker marketed as a vehicle that needs work for $500 or less, windshield damage may not be an issue. More than likely, your car falls in between these two extremes. 

Weighing the Pros and Cons

Ultimately, you’ll need to weigh all the factors to decide whether it’s worth repairing your windshield—but in most cases, you’re best off getting it fixed, even if you need a full replacement. A flawless windshield will help you get the most money for your car unless the vehicle is in such poor condition that damage to the windshield doesn’t matter. 

If you decide to have your windshield repaired, contact Lucky Dog Auto Glass. Locally owned and operated in Kent, WA, we offer complete auto glass repair, including windshield repairs, replacement, and ADAS calibration. We even help with insurance claims! Contact us today at (253) 569-9403 to get a free estimate or schedule an appointment. 

Getting Your Car Ready For A Road Trip

Getting Your Car Ready For A Road Trip

Spring is nearly here, and that means warmer, sunnier days and more opportunities to take road trips! Whether you’re traveling for just a couple of days or spending a few weeks on the road, it’s important to make sure your vehicle is prepared. A little preparation and some basic maintenance can prevent a variety of unnecessary problems that can throw a wrench in your plans. 

Here are some tips to keep your road trip fun, safe, and hassle-free!

Check Your Tire Pressure & Tread

Low tire pressure puts you at risk of blowouts—it also lowers your gas mileage and speeds up tire wear. Before hitting the road, check the tire pressure on each of your tires using a tire gauge. You can find the recommended tire pressure on or near the driver’s side door. Don’t be tempted to rely on your tire monitoring system (TPMS), as it will only alert you when your tires are significantly underinflated. 

While you’re checking your tire pressure, take a look at the state of your tread. If your tire tread is less than 2/23 of an inch, you should replace your tires before going on your trip. Low tread is unsafe because it reduces your traction on the road and increases the likelihood of getting into an accident. If you don’t have a tread depth gauge, you can use a penny to measure the depth. Insert the coin upside down inside a tread groove with Washington facing you; if you can see the top of his head, you should replace your tires. 

Make Sure Your Lights Are Working

Visibility is vital for safe driving. Check that all your essential lights are working, including the headlights, taillights, fog lights, turn signals, and brake lights. If any of the lights are burnt out or seem dim, have them replaced. 

Replace Your Windshield Wiper Blades (If Needed)

Check the condition of your wiper blades. If they are cracked, frayed, or damaged, they should be replaced. It’s also a good idea to turn your windshield wipers on; if they leave streaks or make a high-pitched squeak or scratching noise, it’s time to replace them. 

Check Your Oil 

Find out when you had your last oil change; if it was more than 5,000 miles, or if you’ll reach the 5,000-mile point during your road trip, schedule an oil change before you leave. If you’ve recently had an oil change, check your oil levels and top the oil off if needed. 

Top of Your Other Automotive Fluids

In addition to the oil, you should also check the levels of your other fluids, including transmission, coolant, windshield wiper fluid, and power steering fluid. If any of the levels are low, top them off. 

Check for Cracks, Tears, and Leaks

Take a look under the hood to see if you have any damaged belts or hoses or see any signs of fluid leaks. If there’s any visible damage or leaks, be sure to schedule repairs before your trip. 

If you discover you need repairs on any of the above, we recommend visiting Central Avenue Automotive.Family-owned and operated for over 20 years and conveniently located just a few steps away from our shop, they share our passion for customer service and commitment to high-quality work.   

How Does Your Windshield Look?

Before hitting the road, make sure you have a clean, crack-free windshield. Cracks can obstruct your vision and affect the structural integrity of your car if you get into a rollover accident. Small cracks and chips can also turn into larger cracks over time, especially when you’re driving at high speeds—or if rocks or other debris get kicked up onto your windshield by other cars. 

If your windshield is damaged—or gets damaged while you’re on your trip—Lucky Dog Auto Glass is here to help! We offer complete auto glass services, including windshield and door window repair and replacementand ADAS recalibration. We’re approved by all insurance providers and offer a guarantee on our work. Get a free estimate today—call us at (253) 569-9403 or fill out our online form

What Happens if ADAS Calibration Isn’t Done?

Automotive design and technology are constantly evolving; each year, vehicles become increasingly advanced and reliant on electronic and computerized features to deliver better safety, performance, and comfort.

ADAS System Windshield

Windshields are no exception. Although the windshields of newer vehicles may look like they’re just a piece of glass, most of them contain sensors, cameras, and other advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) equipment that play a large role in how your car functions. Unfortunately, this makes the process of replacing windshields more complex—and costly.

Understanding ADAS Calibration

ADAS refers to a wide range of automated features that assist or alert drivers while they’re driving, including things like collision warnings and lane departure warnings. When a windshield is replaced, all the ADAS equipment inside it needs to be removed and reattached. If a camera angle is off by even one degree, this can significantly impact its viewing area—which, in turn, affects how the ADAS feature works. This is why all the cameras and sensors need to be calibrated.

If the ADAS equipment isn’t calibrated, important safety features may malfunction or may not work at all. Your car’s system could fail to alert you of a safety issue or alert you at the wrong time. Either situation could be dangerous! Your car may suddenly brake, swerve, or otherwise react to incorrect information.

Forward Collision Alert System Windshield Replacement

Although “calibration” sounds simple, it’s a complex process. Shops that offer windshield replacement need to have specialized equipment and training to ensure the equipment is calibrated to factory specifications. The calibration process generally takes a couple hours and can be done at the same appointment as your windshield replacement. In some cases, we may need to drive your vehicle to calibrate the ADAS; if this is the case, we may require clear roads with no weather conditions covering the lines in the road such as snow or ice. We ask that you plan on having your vehicle in our shop for a full day.

Does My Car Need ADAS Calibration?

Here are some of the most common ADAS features that require calibration after a windshield replacement.

  • Forward collision alerts
  • Lane departure warning
  • Lane keep assist
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Collision mitigation braking system
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Pedestrian attention

If you’re not sure which features are included in your vehicle, check your owner’s manual, or feel free to give us a call!

ADAS Will Be Standard in the Future

If you don’t currently own a car with ADAS, there’s a very good chance you will in the future. ADAS features are becoming increasingly common, and it’s estimated that the number of cars with ADAS is expected to increase by 24% each year.

At Lucky Dog Auto Glass, we’re experts at windshield replacement and ADAS calibration. Our team has the right training and equipment to ensure you get back on the road safely. Locally owned and operated, we take pride in ensuring complete customer satisfaction and quality repair and replacement services. Contact us today at (253) 569-9403 to receive a free quote or schedule an appointment.

5 Tips for Safe Driving as the Days Get Shorter

Gloves? Check. Jacket? Check. Beanie? Check. You wouldn’t go out into the cold without being prepared, right? It’s no different with driving as the days get shorter and wetter. To stay safe on the road, you need to be prepared for changing conditions.

For example, kids go back to school in the fall, so there are more pedestrians and traffic now than there were during the summer. However, that’s just one factor to account for; fall and winter also bring fog, rain, glare, low light, and the occasional snow. Here are some tips to help you prepare for whatever winter throws our way.


Driving Car In The Fog

Fog can greatly reduce your visibility and make it difficult to spot changing road conditions, so it’s important to slow down to give yourself more time to react. You should also give yourself extra space between your car and the vehicle in front of you. You never know when you’ll need extra braking time! Make sure other drivers can see you by using your low beams. Although it may seem like your high beams would give you better visibility, they’ll cause glare that can make it difficult to see what’s ahead of you on the road.


Cars Driving On Wet Road In The Rain With Headlights

Following too closely in the rain is one of the surest ways to get into an accident. The first rain of the year is especially dangerous because the rainwater can pool on dust, oil, and other debris that’s soaked into the asphalt, making the roads extremely slick. Be sure to give yourself an extra car length (or two) when following behind another vehicle. You’ll also want to make sure your windshield wiper blades are working well. They should clear away raindrops with a single swipe; if they’re leaving streaks or smears across your windshield or making a scraping noise, it’s time to replace them.


When the sun is lower in the sky, it increases glare, especially when you’re driving east in the morning or west in the evening. Glare can make it extremely difficult to see obstacles on the road, pedestrians, bicyclists, road signs, traffic lights, and even other cars. Get a good pair of sunglasses to keep in your car, and make sure to clean your windshield regularly.

Darker Days

Since it gets darker earlier in the fall and winter, you may find yourself driving in the dark or low-light conditions more than you did in the spring and summer. Darkness reduces our field of vision, depth perception, and ability to determine colors; it can also make you feel fatigued or sleepier than you would if you were driving during the day. Headlights from oncoming traffic can also affect your vision.

Dimming your dashboard lights can help your eyes focus better on the dark road ahead. Use your high beams only when you’re traveling through very dark areas with little visibility, and always make sure there’s no oncoming traffic or a car immediately in front of you. If you’re driving in a rural area, keep an eye out for animals that may be crossing the road. If you spot an animal, slow down as quickly (and safely) as possible; don’t swerve because this could cause you to go off the road or get into an accident.


Blizzard On The Road.

Although we don’t get a lot of snow in Seattle, it’s always good to be prepared. The key to driving safely in the snow is to be smooth and gradual with everything you do—braking, steering, and accelerating. Jerky or abrupt movements can easily make you lose traction. As the road gets slipperier, it’s important to think ahead. Slow down more in anticipation of turns and allow three times the stopping distance (or more if there’s ice on the road). If your car starts to skid, don’t panic or slam on the brakes. Look and steer at where you want to go, not where your car is going.

The Three Most Important Things to Remember

When the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, there are more factors to consider while driving. Although every circumstance we’ve listed has specific tips to help you stay safe, here are three things that will help regardless of light, weather, or other driving conditions: slow down, give other vehicles more space, and do everything you can to increase your visibility.

Even with the most cautious driving, accidents can still happen—not to mention, storms can knock down tree limbs, and other weather- or animal-related events can happen that damage the glass on your vehicle. If your windshield or windows have been damaged or they’re affecting your visibility in some way, Lucky Dog Auto Glass is here to help. We care deeply about your safety and offer a lifetime guarantee on windshield rock chip repairs and windshield replacements. Contact us today at (253) 569-9403 for a free estimate.

Kia and Hyundai Break-Ins On the Rise in Kent

Social media challenges, which have steadily increased since 2020, range from silly and benign to downright dangerous and harmful. One of the latest harmful challenges to hit social media this summer is the “Kia Challenge”—and it continues to gain momentum across the country.

The Kia Challenge is a TikTok trend that encourages social media users to steal Kias manufactured between 2011-2021 and Hyundais made between 2015 and 2021. These models are being targeted because they don’t come with an engine immobilizer, which is a piece of hardware that prevents the engine from starting if the matching chip in the key fob isn’t recognized. Fortunately, all Hyundai and Kia vehicles manufactured after November 1, 2021, come with an anti-theft immobilizer.

A Criminal Incident. Hacking The Car. Broken Left Side Window Of A Car

Many times, these thefts (which are mostly perpetrated by teenagers) can be done in a matter of minutes using only a screwdriver and a USB charging cable. Instructions on how to hack these models have spread so widely on the internet that Hyundai has started selling an aftermarket security kit at its dealerships. Both Kia and Hyundai have theft-prevention software updates in the works, which is expected to be available next year.

How to Protect Your Vehicle

Until the software update is available, there are a few things you can do to protect your Kia or Hyundai from theft. Installing an antitheft device, like an alarm system, can make it harder to steal your car and potentially decrease your insurance premiums. Alarm systems automatically turn on when you shut off your engine; the loud noise and lights may be enough to deter a would-be thief who’s expecting to make a quick and stealthy getaway. Some alarm systems also come with engine immobilizers. Another option is to use a steering wheel lock.

Other safety measures you can take to prevent becoming a victim of the Kia Challenge include:

  • Park in well-lit areas
  • Park in secure structures whenever possible, such as a garage or parking structure
  • Make sure to lock the doors and close all windows
  • Take your keys with you and don’t leave a spare set in or on the car
  • Don’t leave valuables or other things that might attract thieves in your car

Having a GPS tracking device or vehicle recovery system in your car can also help the police locate it if it gets stolen. Unlike other types of auto theft, Kia Challenge thieves tend to use the cars for joyrides, so there’s a higher chance of recovering the stolen vehicles—although they’ve often sustained some damage.

Unfortunately, no vehicle is completely theft-proof, but taking precautions to protect your Kia or Hyundai is a good idea. There’s been a rise in vehicle break-ins in our area, and we receive several calls about it daily. Since the Kia Challenge has become so popular, the stolen parts have become very scarce, and in most cases, replacements aren’t available. If your Kia or Hyundai has been broken into, or worse, stolen and damaged, Lucky Dog Auto Glass is here to help! Contact us at (253) 569-9403 for a free estimate or schedule an appointment online.

Cost of Windshield Replacement Is Going Up

Auto Glass Replacement

Today, it seems as if the prices on just above everything (food, gas, rent) are going up–and glass is no exception. Unfortunately, but maybe not all that surprisingly, the cost of automobile glass materials has been rising each month . . . and continues to do so.

In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Producer Price Index data pulled back in January 2022 showed that motor vehicle parts increased by 5.2 percent from the previous year. Specifically, adhesives and sealants increased in price by 14.2 percent, while prices for materials related to motor vehicle repair and maintenance increased by 2.9 percent.

Here’s a different perspective on the statistics: The average windshield replacement cost without insurance was $179 in the early 2000s. In 2007, that figure was more than $400 and has since continued to skyrocket.

What’s The Cause?

Myriad factors contribute to the increasing price of automobile glass, including:

  • The type of glass installed
  • Advanced driver assistance systems
  • Certain safety features
  • The addition of new moldings
  • Amount of adhesive required

Of course, the war with Ukraine and Russia hasn’t helped the issue, as material costs will only continue to go up while the supply chain continues to experience shortages. As a result, customers will notice a change in their service bills. It’s not ideal but expected. Automobile and glass repair shops can’t afford to offer the same rates anymore.

The windshield is one of the most important components of all vehicles. As such, if or when damage arises, it can’t be ignored.

To potentially avoid windshield damage, the experts at Lucky Dog Auto Glass recommend the following tips, if applicable:

  • Take a less trafficked route
  • Keep your distance from other vehicles
  • Drive slower on roads with an excess amount of debris
  • When possible, avoid gravel
  • Stay out of the heat

If you do get a chip in your windshield, have it repaired immediately. Failing to do so could lead to the damage spreading, resulting in higher repair or replacement costs.

Contact Lucky Dog Auto Glass Today!

When you do require windshield repair or replacement, you can always depend on the skilled, professional, and friendly team at Lucky Dog Auto Glass in Kent WA. You can contact us today to begin the process. To schedule a free estimate, just call (253) 569-9403. We look forward to hearing from you and will have you safely back on the road in no time!

Consider This Before Repairing Your Windshield

Mobile Auto Glass Repair Tacoma, Wa

Does your windshield currently have a crack, chip, or some sort of break? While you may not believe the damage is overly significant right now, it can turn into a real problem for your safety. As such, windshield repair and replacement are important and should be pursued promptly.

The skilled, friendly, and professional team at Lucky Dog Auto Glass has put together a list of questions for you to consider before choosing how to deal with windshield damage–take a look!

How bad is the chip in the windshield?

Yes, chips may seem small or, as stated above, insignificant, but they’re still bad–regardless of size. Studies have shown that within three years, 90 percent of chips spread into larger, more dangerous cracks at any given time.

We rely on windshields to keep us safe, and damaged glass is about 60 to 70 percent weaker than glass that hasn’t been damaged.

Is it better to repair or replace the windshield?

A repair is a safe alternative to replacing the glass, as repairing the windshield allows for the car to keep its original factoring seal. Additionally, small chips can be repaired within 30 minutes, saving you time, money, and hassle.

Yet, sometimes, the glass can’t be repaired and will need replacing.

Are some cracks too large to repair?

Yes, some chips and cracks require more than a simple repair, resulting in windshield replacement. The price of windshield replacement varies on the make and model of the vehicle.

All vehicle glass installed in the United States must pass National Highway Traffic Safety Administration baseline standards. Further, make sure you only work with companies that offer a warranty on repairs and replacement.

How long does a windshield replacement take?

When it comes to windshield replacement and the length of time the work will take to complete, many factors need to be considered, such as how quickly the service can be scheduled and technician availability.

On average, it’s best to give yourself a three-hour window for the complete replacement process.

Is my vehicle at risk during the replacement process?

Today, the risk of vehicle damage during the replacement process has decreased greatly. This is contributed to enhanced technician training and the development of innovative tools.

If you choose to work with a reliable and insured glass company (like us!), you do not need to worry.

Contact Lucky Dog Auto Glass Today!

For the best glass repair and replacement throughout Kent, WA, you can always depend on Lucky Dog Auto Glass. To make an appointment, contact us by calling (253) 569-9403. We look forward to hearing from you and guarantee complete satisfaction.

Windshields: OEM vs Aftermarket Glass—What You Need to Know

car windshield

There’s more to your automobile’s windshield than meets the eye. This fact is significant when it comes to repairing or replacing the glass. Specifically, you have glass options to choose from, and picking the right one could matter.

For example, there is OEM glass and aftermarket glass. Let’s take a look at each.

Facts about OEM Glass

If you choose to go with OEM glass, here’s what you should know: Your windshield will be replaced with an identical windshield made by the car manufacturer.

When it’s time for an automobile to go into production, automakers request bids from glass manufacturers. The manufacturer with the lowest bid is given the job and then tasked with making the windshield, as well as licensed to stamp the glass with the automaker’s name and logo. This tells consumers that they have original equipment manufactured auto glass. Additionally, the manufacturers of the glass are the only ones who make glass to the exact specifications of the auto company.

However, almost every auto glass maker produces aftermarket windshields—whether or not they have provided the OEM glass.

Facts about Aftermarket Glass

There are two different kinds of aftermarket glass: OEE, or original equipment equivalent, and a more generic type of windshield suitable for several styles of cars. OEE windshields are made by both the OEM and other reputable glass manufacturers, such as those who lost the original bid from the automakers.

OEE windshields are produced by glass makers who reverse engineer the windshields they lost bids on, which costs them millions of dollars in both research and development. The same raw materials, designers, and engineers used to make OEM windshields are involved in OEM glass.

Understanding the Difference

Simply put, there isn’t much difference between OEM and OEE windshields, as all auto glass is subject to government regulations and standards. In many cases, the only way to know which type of glass is used is to search for the imprint of the automaker’s name and logo.

Your particular type of vehicle will dictate your replacement windshield. For example, if your car is high-tech, offering auto-dimming headlights, forward collision warning, and heating elements, then you will most likely want an OEM replacement.

Some insurance companies will pay for OEM replacement, while others will not.

Contact Luck Dog Auto Glass for All Glass Needs!

Could you benefit from a new windshield? Lucky Dog Auto Glass in Kent WA is here for you! You can always depend on our skilled, professional, and friendly team to take care of your glass needs. Contact us today by calling (253) 569-9403. We look forward to hearing from you!

Should You Use Insurance to Replace Your Windshield: Yes or No?

Smashed Windscreen

It’s likely happened to you before: a chipped or cracked windshield. Unfortunately, this type of issue generally occurs quickly, and without any warning. Additionally, chips, cracks, and breaks can be big, small, easy to fix, or very expensive to repair. Each situation is different and calls for a specific action.

It’s important to remember that when you do experience windshield damage, seek professional automotive assistance as soon as possible. Not only is it extremely unsafe for you (and others on the road) to drive a car with a windshield that has been impaired, but small chips or cracks can spread, leading to more damage that is both pricey and dangerous.

Now, the question remains: When it comes to replacing or repairing your windshield, whichever option best suits your needs, should you go through your car insurance or pay out of pocket?

Do You Lease or Own Your Car?

First, it’s necessary to understand what type of car insurance you have. Comprehensive coverage is the type of coverage used to cover your windshield or any type of glass damage on your car. If you lease or finance your automobile, you’re covered; comprehensive coverage is legally required by your lender or lesser.

However, if you own, depending on the insurance company you’ve purchased coverage from, you could have a comprehensive deductible that ranges from $0 to $2,000. You may not remember this, but the amount of your comprehensive deductible is chosen at the time of signing up for coverage.

Some insurance companies offer zero deductible benefits for windshield repairs. This means that if your windshield can be repaired, your insurance provider will cover the full cost of the repair—without any out-of-pocket expense from you.

If you do decide to go through your insurance company to repair your windshield, it’s very unlikely that your premium will increase. Most insurance companies do not consider comprehensive claims as surchargeable claims, which is a claim that directly impacts your insurance premium.

Simply put, you should not see your premium increase due to a claim used to replace a windshield. Yet, if you have a high frequency of windshield claims, then your insurance provider may increase your future premium.

When in doubt, get in touch with your insurance company for all the facts about your particularly premium and the best (and least expensive) way to move forward. Then, call Lucky Dog Auto Glass in Kent WA to schedule the repair!

Lucky Dog Auto Glass Is Here for You!

Whether or not you decide to go through your insurance company or not to fix your windshield, you can always depend on the skilled and professional team at Lucky Dog Auto Glass to help! Contact us at (253) 569-9403 to start the process. We look forward to working with you.

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