Often, we get calls asking if we do chip repairs, windshield replacements, home window installation, etc.  Even though our company’s name is Adventure Auto Glass and we answer the phone with “Adventure Auto Glass this is ____…”, the calls continue. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not trying to shame anybody (but you know who…

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We’ve all seen our beloved pets stick their furry faces out the window, their tongue flopping in the wind and drool painting the side of our car. But have you ever wondered why they do it? We assume it’s because they enjoy it, something about the wind flowing through their hair maybe. I don’t think…

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Not all windshields are created equally. Tragic, I know, but it’s the truth. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t treat them all equally, but that’s another topic for another day. Just about every vehicle that exists for consumer use has a windshield; some form of clear glass or plastic designed to keep rain, dirt, rocks, and…

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Shout it from the rooftops! At long last, our extremely dry state is getting rain after (nearly) a year! Ask any Arizonan if they enjoy the rain and I will guarantee they say yes. If they don’t then they’re not really from here. Imposters! I find it hard to understand how some people scoff and…

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Okay, wow just wow, it’s gotten extremely hot out. Sure, it’s summer and yes this might be typical, but after such a mild and warm winter, I don’t think we’re quite ready for this. Perhaps my memory is bad, or I refuse to admit that Arizona is a desert (it is), but these past few…

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As we all are aware of, all car models 1986 and newer have a third brake light or “cyclops” light. This was a safety measure enacted by the Reagan administration to reduce the number of low-speed rear accidents. Whether it works to prevent accidents or not, all cars have them. Some are on trunk doors…

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Yes, I know, we are 16 days into the new year but to be fair, there were some other blogs from last year that I never posted. So, I wanted to make sure those were out there before I wrote this one. You might be wondering how a new year post would have anything to…

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Dave using primer to avoid rusty windshield problems on the back glass

Defroster in your back window:  Have you ever wondered how those little lines on your rear windshield defrost so quickly and easily? Well, I have too which is why I decided to do a little research to find out what they are, how they work, and why on Earth they aren’t on our front windshield.…

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The first day of winter has come and gone and the real winter weather is finally kicking in. With temperatures here in our state plummeting for winters arrival, it’s important to start to prep for the even colder months to come in the new year. Although Arizona rarely sees more than 6 inches of snow,…

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December and the time around Christmas and New Years are one of the most popular times for Americans to travel. With relatives in other states to spend Christmas with and the great temptation to take a ski vacation, we have so many different reasons to travel. This is nothing to frown upon either. People travel…

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