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Facts About Windshields That You Should Know

2021-03-24
When we think of the safety features of our cars, it's always about the airbags, ABS or ANCAP safety ratings. However, there's often an unsung hero when it comes to protecting you and your passenger's safety – your windshield! In fact, windshields hold much more responsibilities than they're given credit for. They protect us from harsh weather and flying debris. They help significantly with noise reduction, heat control, and protection from UV rays. It even helps your airbag while protecting your car's structural integrity! If you think they're just a simple piece of glass – think again. Here are some facts about your car windshield that you might not know!   Car windshields are made from different glass compared to your home windows This might be one of the biggest differences in terms of how your car windshield functions compared to your everyday windows. Unless your home is specially fitted with anti-shattering windows, your home window glass will shatter if it breaks. This would likely be harmful – however, glass windows at home are usually fitted and designed to be out of harm's way. On the other hand, in the highly unlikely event that a car windshield cracks significantly, it will not shatter into multiple sharp pieces as per your home window. In fact, it would likely still remain held together in one piece! That's because car windshields and windows are either made from laminated or tempered for your safety. For example, the rear and front windows are highly likely made from tempered glass, while the car windshield on the front and back would be made from laminated glass.    What is laminated glass for car windshields? Laminated glass originated from the 1920s – back then, two glass sheets were pressed tightly together with a thin layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) sheet in between them. As they're fused together with high heat, a laminated car windshield is created. While today's car windshield has advanced significantly in the material and technology used to produce car windshields, the principle is still the same till this day. This way, as the laminated glass layer on the outside breaks, there is still a layer on the other side that holds the car windshield together. For this reason, laminated glass is highly trusted to endure high-impact conditions without shattering. Because of their vital role in ensuring that the driver and passengers within the car are protected from flying glass, laminated glass has now become the industry standard when it comes to car windshields.   Which part of your car is made from tempered glass? While the front and rear car windshields are made from laminated glass, most car models utilise tempered glass for all four windows (front and back). The reason is simple – accidents involving collisions or damage from flying debris is highly unlikely for the front and rear windows. Tempered glass for your car windows are made as a one-play product and treated with rapid heating and cooling techniques. In the case of tempered glass shattering, it will break into non-sharp pieces to protect the safety of persons around them.   A quick summary on the purpose of a car windshield Car windshields have been researched and manufactured over the past 9 decades to consistently improve the safety, protection and accessibility of the individuals within the car. Apart from shielding it from the weather and debris, it also upholds the car's structural integrity in the event of a crash as well as ensuring its driver and passengers are safe from any sharp pieces of glass as a result of a crash.   Looking for a windscreen chip repair? Choose the provider you can trust – choose Windscreen2U Windscreen2U is Malaysia's leading automotive safety glass repair and replacement company with one of the first door-to-door windscreen replacement service in Malaysia! We partner with a holistic range of Malaysia's leading insurance providers to help our customers across all sectors. With a fleet of mobile technicians, we aim to provide a superior service with value, safety, and satisfaction at the heart of our business. Contact us today at +6012-226 3776 1700-81-1022 or email windscreen2u@gmail.com for a windscreen repair at your convenience!

How To Tell That Your Car Has Windscreen Chip

2021-03-10
Have you ever wondered how your car's windscreen protect you? Well, it's simple – windscreens are made with modern manufacturing wonder in order to withstand most impacts from objects flying through the air! It's also become much easier to find windscreen chip repairs everywhere you go these days. While there are plenty of different ways your windscreen can be damaged (depending on the type of object, of course), there are often minuscule damages that can be almost invisible to the naked eye. For example, chips usually come from stones, rocks or gravel that hit the windscreen at high speed. This commonly happens when tires of vehicles in front of you fling debris behind them, or objects are thrown up and across the road from a car passing in the opposite direction. Additionally, small rocks falling from trucks or construction sites can also cause chips, from microscopic pitting to large, noticeable ones. Most drivers will be alerted to this with a minor pop sound upon impact even if it's not directly visible. Here are some common signs of a windscreen chip on your car: A visually prominent chip or minor crack on the surface of your windscreen You sense a slight deflection of light and diffraction from your car's windscreen You are noticeably distracted when you drive by a mark on your windscreen in your field of view     Can you safely wash cars with a windscreen chip? In short – it depends. Many people, whether consciously or unconsciously, do take their cars for car washes when there's a windscreen chip on their car. Most people who do so often don't notice or don't see additional damages to their car's windscreen chips. However, there is definitely a risk of worsening your windscreen's chip when additional pressure is applied to the chip.  However, be assured that a chip on your windscreen would not be a significant issue with car washes than a crack. That's because when your car goes through the car wash, the water and soap are likely stopped and insulated from the inner layer of the glass!     Importance of going for a windscreen chip repair While a windscreen chip can appear as just a slight blemish to the appearance of your car, it can eventually evolve into a major safety issue for your vehicle and any passengers within it. Many experts agree that driving with a damaged windscreen risks your life, your passenger's life as well as the lives of drivers around you simply because you are at a higher risk of an unforeseen car accident. This is because a damaged windshield, regardless of whether it's a chip, a crack or improperly fitted windscreen, can cause issues for the overall visibility of the driver or even the structural support for the car. Today, windscreen chip repairs cost less than your average grocery bill. So why take the risk of endangering your own and your passenger's life? With a professional who is equipped with the right tools and the proper expertise, a common windscreen chip repair session can be completed within an hour.     Looking for a windscreen chip repair? Choose the provider you can trust – choose Windscreen2U Windscreen2U is Malaysia's leading automotive safety glass repair and replacement company with one of the first door-to-door windscreen chip repair service in Malaysia! We partner with a holistic range of Malaysia's leading insurance providers to help our customers across all sectors. With a fleet of mobile technicians, we aim to provide a superior service with value, safety, and satisfaction at the heart of our business. Contact us today at +6012-226 3776 1700-81-1022 or email windscreen2u@gmail.com for a windscreen repair at your convenience!

What You Should Know About Windscreen Crack

2021-02-23
If you're reading this because you think your car's windscreen might be cracked, don't worry – we've got you covered! Fearing for your safety after seeing a small crack or chip on your windscreen and looking for the nearest windscreen crack repair centre is a natural reaction. However, with this article, you'll have all there is to know about windscreen cracks and what you can do about it.   Firstly, is it safe to drive with a windscreen crack? It might sound counterintuitive, but driving with a small crack on your car's windscreen is generally not dangerous. However, it is advisable for any cars with damaged windscreens to be repaired or replaced entirely earliest possible. This is due to two important reasons:  A cracked windscreen is definitely weakened and will provide much less protection than a fully functional windscreen  A cracked windscreen might worsen and decrease your driving visibility gradually While it might seem like it's designed purely based on visibility, windscreens are actually tailor-made to protect the safety of drivers and passengers, especially in extreme situations such as heavy impacts. In fact, such an impact might cause them to crack, chip or shatter – but that doesn't mean the driver and passengers will be harmed! This is because windscreens are made from two glass layers laminated together – if one layer breaks, the laminated or the inside layer of the windscreen glass will still hold the windscreen together in one piece and prevent the pieces of glass from injuring people!   What are the types of windscreen cracks? It's important to know the different types of windscreen cracks before proceeding to find a windscreen crack repair centre. Let's take a look at the 3 most common types of windscreen cracks:   1.   Chips This is one of the most common causes of windscreen cracks, but it's often ignored or goes unnoticed. While small and minute chips are harmless and stay that way, many chips do eventually turn into cracks. Any windscreen that has been damaged will be weakened for future damage – anything from the pressure of high-speed driving to the contraction and expansion of changing temperatures might turn a chip into an all-out crack!   2.   Bull’s Eyes While it's a similar form of damage to a chip, a Bull's Eyes damage on your windscreen is typically caused by a pebble or similarly circular objects, and will usually form a cone on the outer layer of the windscreen glass. One important distinction is that chips might only cause damage within the windscreen itself, but a Bulls Eyes might have removed a tiny piece of glass from your windscreen itself.   3.   Edge Crack An edge crack, as the name suggests, is a crack that has started within two inches of the edge of your windscreen, or is extended towards the edge of your windscreen. As the length of edge cracks can cover between 10” and 12”, this is quite a significant issue and needs urgent windscreen repair or replacement work.   What are the different causes of windscreen cracks?   Road or environmental debris These are the most common origins of damages and cracks that will  eventually result in windscreen crack repairs. It could be debris that's thrown from the tires of the car in front. It could be a loose object that is thrown off from cargo in the front. It could even be an environmental accident where a small stone is dislodged high above your car! Experts recommend keeping a safe distance from cars in front as a good way to steer clear of these damages as well as parking on covered lots when you have the choice!   Installation mishaps or errors While most windscreen installations are done by professionals who are trained to do so, some windscreens that crack might be due to a small number of windscreens installed poorly. This can be due to loose glass rubber that causes extreme vibrations or enormous pressure on the glass's corner that cases cracking and shattering.   Temperature from direct sunlight Many Malaysians might not know this, but glass is equally prone to rapid expansion when exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time as metal. When your car windscreen's glass undergo a high level of temperatures (usually in the form of sunlight), it may crack if it has existing damages and weaknesses as mentioned above.   Looking for windscreen replacement or repair? Choose the provider you can trust – choose Windscreen2U Windscreen2U is Malaysia's leading automotive safety glass repair and replacement company with one of the first door-to-door windscreen replacement service in Malaysia! We partner with a holistic range of Malaysia's leading insurance providers to help our customers across all sectors. With a fleet of mobile technicians, we aim to provide a superior service with value, safety, and satisfaction at the heart of our business. Contact us today at +6012-226 3776 1700-81-1022 or email windscreen2u@gmail.com for a windscreen repair at your convenience!

How To Claim Windscreen Insurance in Malaysia

2021-02-09
Have you ever had the fear of pulling over at the side of the road from a smashed windscreen? Well, if you haven't, it's a lot more common than you think! A common cause of this is the minuscule pieces of flying debris such as pebbles or car parts that get thrown up by moving cars or trucks. This is why regardless if you're a careful driver or not, windscreen damage can be inevitable and spares no driver! That's why having valid car insurance is a must for most drivers if they're looking to avoid a hefty windscreen repair or replacement bill. However, here's the catch – most Malaysian drivers are not aware that their car insurance plans do not cover the costs of repairs or replacements of their car windscreen and glass windows! This is in fact a very nasty surprise for many drivers on the road.   What exactly is windscreen insurance cover? Windscreen insurance is often part of an add-on coverage to your main car insurance policy. This form of coverage includes your front and back windscreens, all door windows and sunroof glass window. In fact, you should have a look at your car insurance policy and search for "Endorsement 89" – this is the part of the add-on coverage that specifically applies to breakages of glass in windscreens, windows and sunroofs. Always ensure your add-on coverage includes this clause to protect your car windscreen! At their simplest form, windscreen insurances cover the cost needed to repair or replace these glass parts in case they are damaged. With these additional coverage, you can avoid paying for repair and replacement costs out of your pocket! Most drivers, especially if you're a frequent traveler on long-distance and high-speed highways, will find this useful as it can be quite expensive to replace your windscreen, especially as the most susceptible part of your car to get damaged by flying objects is your windscreen!   Is it worth getting and claiming car windscreen insurance? Most of the time, additional coverage that includes your car windscreen will cost you an approximate 15% of the sum insured for your windscreen. For example, if your car's windscreen costs RM 1,000 to be replaced, you'll need to pay an extra RM 150 (15% of RM 1,000) on top of  your insurance premium. While this might sound like a large amount of additional costs to your car insurance premiums yearly, here's a quick breakdown on how car windscreen insurance will benefit you at the end of the day:   1.   Replacing your car windscreen without a car windscreen insurance While you've managed to save RM150 for the year, you'll have to fork out RM 1,000 yourself! While you are usually able to claim this from a typical comprehensive car coverage, there's a major catch – you will lose your No Claim Discount (NCD) which might hike up the cost of your car insurance in the future!   2.   Replacing your car windscreen with a car windscreen insurance Yes, you'll have to spend an additional RM150 for your yearly windscreen insurance cover – but this will pay off if your car windscreen is damaged and is required to be replaced even after 5 years! Additionally, you should be able to claim from the additional car windscreen insurance coverage without changing your NCD on your main car insurance policy!   How can you ensure your car has windscreen insurance? It's actually a very simple process – whenever you renew your car insurance (remember, only comprehensive cover), you should let your agent know that you’d like to add this cover to your main policy. If you're renewing your car insurance by yourself, just take a mental note to include this in your next policy! However, this add-on coverage can be also be done anytime! You should also take this time to check for the type of car insurance policy plan you are currently on. It should usually fall under these categories:   Third party cover: Your insurance policy will pay for the damages you caused on others, such as damages to their cars or properties, their bodily injuries and death. Third party, fire and theft: This is where your insurance policy covers not only everything that is covered by a third party policy, but also the cost of damages of your own vehicle due to fire and theft. Comprehensive cover: This is the most comprehensive type of car insurance policy where it covers all of the above, as well as covers your losses and damages on your own vehicle due to an accident. The only type of car insurance plan that offers windscreen cover.   What documents do you need for a car windscreen insurance claim? 1. For private vehicles Owner IC and Driving License Driver IC and Driving License (If required) Cover Note or Insurance Policy Vehicle Registration Card 2. For company-registered vehicles Authorised Driver IC and Driving License (GDL or PSV is required for good-carrying vehicle) Cover Note or Insurance Policy Vehicle Registration Card Business Registration(front pages only) Company Chop   Looking to claim your windscreen insurance for a windscreen repair? Choose the provider you can trust – choose Windscreen2U Windscreen2U is Malaysia's leading automotive safety glass repair and replacement company with one of the first door-to-door windscreen replacement service in Malaysia! We partner with a holistic range of Malaysia's leading insurance providers to help our customers across all sectors. With a fleet of mobile technicians, we aim to provide a superior service with value, safety, and satisfaction at the heart of our business. Contact us today at +6012-226 3776 1700-81-1022 or email windscreen2u@gmail.com for a windscreen repair at your convenience!

How to Tell If Your Car's Windscreen Need Replacement?

2021-01-25
  Just had a piece of flying debris hit your windscreen? Worried about a small chip or crack getting worse? Is your windscreen showing signs of pitting?   Well, you're not alone – most car owners out there will face the dilemma of choosing between repairing or replacing their car's windscreen at least once in their lifetime!   It's inevitable that any significant damage to your windscreen will need it to be replaced entirely, why? Well, it's in the interest of the driver and passenger safety within the car.   You see, a damaged windscreen, or a windscreen but that hasn't been properly repaired or fixed in place, is susceptible to popping out entirely in the case of a collision.   This might result in both the passengers and the driver being flung out of the car entirely! It will also be less of a final form of protection between the front row passengers and an incoming car crash!   The windscreen is also a strong source and bearer of structural support for the roof of the car – it's known that poor quality windscreens have caused car roofs to collapse!     How do you know when to replace vs repair windscreens?   1.   The damage blocks your view   Your windscreen affects your driving ability directly – any disturbance to what you can see through your windscreen can affect your decision-making ability! For example, a small chip or crack might affect your blind spot. Your perception of distance might be distorted. Wet weather conditions might further worsen this condition.    This shows that if your ability to drive is affected by a damaged windscreen, it's time for a windscreen replacement!     2.   Your windscreen is pitting This is especially common for those driving frequently on high-speed highways – pitting simply means your windscreen glass has been damaged by flying debris such as gravel or small rocks.    With time, this will lead to mini holes or scratches on the surface of your windscreen which will reflect and shine light, affecting your ability to focus on the road. This is especially pronounced during sunrise and sunset.     3.   Your windscreen is showing a white haze on its edges What most car owners probably won't know is that car windscreens are usually treated with a plastic called Poly Vinyl Butyral (PVB). This plastic ensures that in the case of the windscreen shattering, it will happen in small, rounded chunks so that it wouldn't injure the car's occupants or passengers.    That's why when you start seeing a white haze at the area around the edge of your windscreen, this indicates that the plastic has started separating from the windscreen. This puts you at severe risk of being injured from sharp pieces of glass in the event of an accident or collision.   So don't take the chance – replace your windscreen if you spot this!     4.   Your windscreen has parts of it missing While this may sound like an obvious point, a surprisingly large number of car owners often self-fix their windscreens with tape, glue or other forms of quick fixes until they find a suitable time for windscreen replacement. This poses a significantly increased risk not just from weather elements.   It's because your car's windscreen is important structural support for your car's frame!    Without a properly replaced damaged or missing windshield, your car's frame is at risk of sagging or even cause alignment issues with your windscreen frames when you attempt to replace it eventually!     Looking for windscreen replacement? Choose the provider you can trust – choose Windscreen2U Windscreen2U is Malaysia's leading automotive safety glass repair and replacement company with one of the first door-to-door windscreen replacement service in Malaysia!   We partner with a holistic range of Malaysia's leading insurance providers to help our customers across all sectors. With a fleet of mobile technicians, we aim to provide superior service with value, safety and satisfaction at the heart of our business.   Contact us today at 1700-81-1022 or email windscreen2u@gmail.com for a windscreen repair at your convenience!      

Signs You Might Need A Windscreen Repair

2021-01-13
  While it's common to be worried about every small scratch or line on the windscreen, it often is a blurred line between actually needing windscreen repairs or just a minor cosmetic annoyance.   However, as the windscreen is paramount to your safety within the car, it is important to be aware and understand the factors that will determine whether it's the right move for you to head to the repair shop.   In fact, a windscreen should be repaired if the repaired windscreen will not be detrimental to the safety of the passenger in the event of an accident osr collision.   It should also have cracks that are less than 6 inches in length, or with the depth of the chip/bullseye to be less than 1 inch.   It is also crucial to observe that it's just the outer layer of the glass that's damaged, and the crack isn't near its outer margin. That's when you know a simple windscreen repair is needed.     Procedures for repairing a windscreen   While every automotive shop has its own specialty, techniques and products used in windscreen repair, it's fair to say that a standard repair takes an average of 30 to 40 minutes.   Most windscreen repairs will follow the same standard procedure, albeit with different products used as well as based on the type and condition of windscreen.   Generally, if the existing chip or crack on the windscreen is significantly deep enough, or in a scenario where dust has accumulated into it, the repairer will take preliminary steps to treat the windscreen.   This step in the repair process involves injecting a transparent and curable form of resin onto the outer layer of the windscreen's glass as a way to reinforce the structural integrity and improve the appearance of the glass.   Then, after curing and polishing the resin for a smooth finished surface, the existing chip or crack will be stopped from causing further damage to the windshield.   This is why qualified auto glass repair technicians should carefully consider every factor there is before deciding to repair a customer's windscreen instead of recommending a full replacement of the windshield.     Conditions where windscreen repair is not recommended in place of a windscreen replacement   While technology today has advanced windscreens and windshield replacement technology to the point of cost-effectiveness and convenience, there are still some conditions to your windscreen that makes repairs impossible as a way to keep you safe.   For example, windscreen pitting is among one of the many windshield issues that can't be repaired. If your windscreen has a glittery effect to it on bright, sunny days, it is considered to be pitted – this means it contains tiny chips that refract sunlight! As the windscreen and the car ages along, you can expect significant number of pits to appear from things such as debris, stones or other materials to affect your windscreen. As they can't be adequately repaired, pitted windscreens must be replaced as they cause a serious level of distraction to the driver.     Looking for windscreen repair? Choose the provider you can trust – choose Windscreen2U   Windscreen2U is Malaysia's leading automotive safety glass repair and replacement company with one of the first door-to-door windscreen replacement service in Malaysia!   We partner with a holistic range of Malaysia's leading insurance providers to help our customers across all sectors. With a fleet of mobile technicians, we aim to provide superior service with value, safety and satisfaction at the heart of our business.   Contact us today at 1700-81-1022 or email windscreen2u@gmail.com for a windscreen repair at your convenience!