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Why did my window shatter?
Sidelites, like backlites, are made of tempered glass, unlike the windshield, which is made of laminated glass. The advantage of tempered glass, it is lighter, and contributes to reducing the weight of the vehicle and therefore its consumption. Tempered glass is 5 times more resistant than conventional glass. In case of damage, it will break in small and, non-sharp glass cubes.
Changing a sidelite : the sense of detail
Glassdrive intervenes on the sidelites of all vehicles (all brands of car, including vintage cars, utility vehicles, camper vans...).
The replacement of a sidelite requires the removal of the door trim to access the window winder. The operation lasts about 2 hours and ends with a meticulous cleaning of the interior of your vehicle in order to remove all the broken glass pieces, in the passenger compartment as well as in the interior of the door. Our fitters take special care of your vehicle as if it were their own. Can't come to our station? We can also come to your home or even to your workplace with one of our mobile units.
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Our priority: to secure your vehicle
Because you can't drive around with a broken sidelite, our teams intervene as soon as possible. Thanks to our daily supplies, we will have your vehicle's window quickly, with the same quality and characteristics as the original one.
While waiting for the replacement of your sidelite, come to our station and we will secure your car with a specific film, allowing you to move around protected from rain, air and noise.
For the mobile glazing, our professionals advise you to avoid activating the window lift system, in order not to risk damaging it.
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Taking care of the replacement of the sidelite
As accredited partner, Glassdrive is in direct contact with many insurance companies and fleets, to take charge of the administrative procedures for the handling of your glazing damage on your behalf.
In addition, with Glassdrive, if your car insurance covers glass damage, you do not pay the costs, except for the deductible if included in your contrat.
The right reflexes to avoid another glass breakage with your sidelite
Here are some tips from our auto glass experts to avoid having a broken sidelite.
Keep your distance: to avoid stones being thrown up from the roadside which can break a sidelite. But also when you are mowing at home, remember to park your vehicle further away
Keep out of sight: never leave visible objects inside your car. Even a small item that may seem unimportant to you, such as a shopping cart part, or a phone holder, can attract unwanted attention and lead to a break-in of your vehicle. Store your belongings out of sight in the trunk or glove compartment.