As you drive, you will want to make sure you can see everything around you. This should include the road, ditches, other drivers, signs, and a variety of other things. You will want to make sure the windshield is free and clear of any cracks, divots, or chips that might be on it. If these issues are ignored, they can old get worse. Having it repaired at a small crack will help prevent it from spreading and taking over the whole windshield. If the crack gets too big, then the windshield will need to be replaced. Over the winter chunks of ice, rock, or road grime can get kicked up on the windshield from passing cars. Now is a good time to inspect the windshield for any damage.

Check all windows

Also remember to check all the other side windows. They should be free of damage as well. Also, check to make sure they are able to roll down and back up again without issues. If you notice an issue, make sure to bring the vehicle in. The last thing you will want is the window to be stuck down when it is raining or less than ideal weather. We can check the windows to make sure they operate efficiently, and there are not any issues with them.

Wipers help visibility

The windshield wipers should also be inspected. Spring is a great time to have them changed. Wipers can wear down easily, so make sure the rubber blade is still able to clear the windshield properly. If you see dry spots or road grime after operating the wipers, new ones will be needed. You can also bring the vehicle in and we can help determine what size wipers are needed for your vehicle. Also remember to check the rear windshield wiper if your vehicle has one, as these are often forgotten about.