Tucson Auto Glass & Rock Chip Repair

We will repair chips in your auto glass free for 1 year following your new windshield installation. We don’t use cheap gimmicks to trap people into paying higher prices down the line. We offer honest service with fair prices, and we stand behind our work with a lifetime workmanship warranty.

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    Every driver knows the stress of driving down the highway in Tucson, AZ, when suddenly you hear the unmistakable sound of something hitting the windshield. The most common damage comes from other vehicles kicking up rocks and debris, but birds and insects can also cause damage.

    Reliable Glass professionals are here to help you. Check out our unique lifetime auto glass workmanship and rock chip warranty.

    Reliable Glass accepts most insurances for all auto glass repairs and replacements. We always provide long-lasting, quality workmanship and reliable, experienced technicians who truly care about attention to detail.

    Tucson, AZ: 520-742-3000
    Service Days: Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sat
    Service Hours: 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
    Live Answer Scheduling: 24/7
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    All Insurances Accepted

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    Click here to get an auto glass quote, with or without insurance.

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    Despite the cause of the damage, the most important thing to do is act quickly so your vehicle will keep you safe! Your auto glass is the barrier between you and debris from the streets of Tucson, and accounts for 40-70% of the strength of your vehicle.

    Should Your Glass Be Repaired Or Replaced?

    • If you have damage that can be repaired, do it before it expands and can only be handled with replacement.
    • Small cracks or shallow chips are ideal candidates for glass repair because the imperfection can be fixed in less than half the time of a replacement, without having to remove the glass.
    • Bigger imperfections require a bigger solution: removing the old glass and replacing it with new. Glass replacement typically takes less than an hour.
    • To be considered for repair, the damage cannot be directly in the driver’s viewing area.
    • The crack must be at least smaller than a dollar bill to be repaired while a chip larger than a quarter may cause the windshield to be replaced.
    • Replacement may be needed if the chip is penetrating both layers of glass.

    Why Choose Reliable Glass?

    • Free auto glass mobile service in Tucson
    • #1 locally-based glass installer in Tucson, AZ
    • Professional installers have over 10 years of experience with all makes and models of vehicles
    • Works with all insurance companies
    • Serving our customers in Tucson since 2001
    • Windshield camera recalibration experts

    Contact the trusted and proven professionals at Reliable Glass today to keep your auto glass safe, protecting you for years to come on the streets of Tucson. We have been voted by many of our customers as one of the best Tucson auto glass companies.

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    How Much Does Auto Glass Replacement Cost In Tucson?

    • Between $150 – $330 for a car windshield.
    • SUV (sport utility vehicle) can cost around $160 – $325
    • A pickup cost is close to the SUV costing $160 – $350
    • Replacing a minivan’s windshield can range from $170 – $325

    (These prices are only estimates. Any camera recalibration needed will add to the cost of the windshield.)

    If your Arizona insurance policy includes windshield replacement, your insurance may leave you with little to no out of pocket expense.

    Can You Get A Ticket For A Broken Windshield?

    Can the police ticket you for having a broken windshield? The short answer is yes. There are some general specifications on what constitutes the reason for getting a ticket, though.

    It may vary by state, but generally a police officer can give you a ticket if the crack is deemed to be impairing your range of sight, thus causing unnecessary and increased risk to yourself and other people. Read more about this here.