Here at 247 Windscreens Ltd we recommend you take the time to check all your windscreen, side glass, front windows and rear screens for chips or cracks. Chips often occur from frequent driving on the motorway and also from driving too close to the car in front. Not only can a chipped or cracked windscreen mean that your car will not be able to pass an MOT (Ministry of Transport Test) it also makes it not roadworthy and unsafe to drive.
If you find that you have a chip or crack on your windscreen, 247 Windscreens Ltd are able to advise on the best option for you. Often instead of replacing the full glass of the windscreen, 247 Windscreens Ltd are able to offer a mobile repair service which is significantly cheaper than replacing the full windscreen and can sometimes be covered by your own insurance company under windscreen cover in your insurance policy.