1. Windshield Replacement in New Jersey and Keeping Your Car Safe and Secure

    It is all too easy to get a little slack about car security these days. After all, manufacturers have developed many clever ways of keeping cars secure over the years. If you have never had a vehicle broken into or stolen, you may have an “it won't happen to me” attitude. Even if your vehicle ha…Read More

  2. Windshield Repair in New Jersey and Being A Better Driver

    Since it is the first week of January, a fresh new year, no doubt that resolutions are on everybody's mind. Resolutions are on your mind because it has been three days since you had a Snickers bar or any other sugary treat for that matter. Eating healthy was one of your resolutions, so you have been…Read More

  3. Windshield Repair in New Jersey and Buying a Car in December

    Along with candy canes, sparkling trees and A Christmas Story marathons, the holiday season brings a glut of advertisements from your dealerships about the great deals you can get on sedans, trucks and SUVs. Here is the deal; a lot of these advertisements are the real deal and not just fast talk to …Read More

  4. Windshield Repair in New Jersey and You Are What You Drive

    There are many ways in which you can convey to the public in general the type of person you are. You do this by wearing certain clothes and jewelry, the way you pop your collar up, in the tattoos you sport and in the way you walk. You also send a message about yourself by the type of vehicle you dri…Read More

  5. Windshield Repair in New Jersey and the Reasons Your Dog Sticks His Head Out the Window

    Without a doubt, you have either had a dog who loved sticking his head out the window when you drove or have seen dogs with their heads out the car window while driving around. Because of this, we must conclude that dogs love hanging their heads out the car window. Anytime you have seen Fido with hi…Read More

  6. Windshield Repair in New Jersey and Packing An Emergency Kit

    Many of you probably pack the trunk of your car with a few items that will be of use should your car break down or get stuck in the winter. You probably take along a bag of sand, a small shovel and perhaps a blanket in case something happens. Then come spring, you clean out your trunk and the items …Read More