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Old 07-30-2016, 09:25 AM   #15
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Over the last month, I got small chips on 2 occasions, and was able to find convieient Safe Lite shops along the way to get each one quickly fixed.

Just a couple of things - they do not drill the end points of cracks anymore, and thier guarantee is simply based on the value of the work they did. So in my case, if thier repair fails, thier guarantee is only to refund the $100 I spent on the repair itself, not replace my $2000 windshield.

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Over the last month, I got small chips on 2 occasions, and was able to find convieient Safe Lite shops along the way to get each one quickly fixed.

Just a couple of things - they do not drill the end points of cracks anymore, and thier guarantee is simply based on the value of the work they did. So in my case, if thier repair fails, thier guarantee is only to refund the $100 I spent on the repair itself, not replace my $2000 windshield.

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How did the repairs look Safe Lite did?

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How did the repairs look Safe Lite did?

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Both chips were small, and as such were actually harder to fix than larger ones.

One was hardly noticeable, but had one very tiny crack which was my concern. The other was a bit larger and had a small delamination as well as a small crack.

The one repair is actually more noticeable than the original chip since it was so small, while the other one looks better. The key is they are "fixed", and hopefully will not spread.

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Where do all those insurance plans that provide 'no cost to the owner' repair/replacement get the money to pay for those services?

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Where does the insurance company get the money?

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It's OK to overcharge airline pilots...I just don't like it when they overcharge old, retired airline pilots.

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