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Prescott Quad Cities:
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Sedona/VOC:
928-282-5788

Cottonwood/Verde Valley:
928-634-2776

Posts Tagged ‘vehicle’

Trust Us

Having an emotional attachment to material things is somewhat frowned upon in our society. We are taught to cherish people and moments rather than objects and things. However, as some of us know, we tend to develop an emotional bond with some of our favorite things anyways. Whether it’s your favorite hair tie or an…

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Labor Day Travels

Jeep driving down dirt road

*PSA* We will be closed Monday for Labor Day. Labor Day is upon us! For many, this means family road trips, weekend getaways, and backyard barbeques. In recognition of Labor Day and the amount of traveling that happens, Adventure Auto Glass has put together a short list of travel tips to know before traveling this…

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Back to School Car Care

It’s been a long, relaxing summer but school is starting up again soon. Whether that means college or high school, your vehicle deserves some extra attention before getting back into that routine. What to Check Tires For the sake of space, checking your tires includes but is not limited to your tread, pressure, and brakes.…

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Calibration Calamity – Part 2

As I mentioned in Calibration Calamity Part 1, camera calibration is a relatively new process. While it is, unfortunately, an additional maintenance aspect of your vehicle to consider, it is important to have these cameras recalibrated after a windshield replacement. Two Types of Recalibration Dynamic – this process has the vehicle drive at a set…

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Calibration Calamity – Part 1

More and more driver assist technology is being introduced into new vehicles. From surround view cameras to auto breaking, these features introduce new opportunities and problems to face. When it comes to auto glass and windshield replacements, these present an additional obstacle to work around. For this tech to work, cameras and motion sensors are…

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DIY Headlight Cleaning

Headlights are notorious for developing that cloudy film. Most of us don’t know what to do when it happens or even why it happens, but that’s what we’re here to tell you. The cloudy film that plagues your headlights can be explained by simple oxidation. Plastic, when exposed to the elements day in and day…

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A Gentle Reminder about Replacement Times

The auto glass industry has yet to reach instant replacement technology. We all look forward to that day, but it is not yet upon us. With that in mind, we would like to remind all our wonderful customers that an auto glass replacement takes one hour to perform and one hour to cure – in…

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The Chip Marathon

*ring ring* Hello? “Hi, is your chip running?” *click*   You can’t see me, but I am taking a bow for that highly intellectual joke re-write. Thank you, I am here all year! Anyways…… Chips. We’ve mentioned them a few times here before. I’m sure there are a couple of old ‘Chip’ blogs laying around…

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Your Car and Freezing

  Winter time introduces an entirely new variety of issues for car owners. The colder the temperature becomes, the more difficult it is for your engine to start functioning. Metal, rubber, and liquids that are all essential to the startup of an engine become stiff, brittle, and even frozen during the winter months. This might…

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DIY Windshield Repair?

In the world of Pinterest and DIY, a lot of people are considering what they can do themselves that they would normally pay someone to do. Painting a house, changing your oil, you name it, people are opting to get a little messy to pinch some pennies. We don’t blame them either! There are certain…

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