|08-16-2007 08:12 AM|
|OdhinnsChick||Sorry to hear about your luck. Best thing you did was get rid of that dodge imo. =P|
|08-16-2007 07:55 AM|
|JeepRocks86||i know in ky insurance covers all windows on vehicles. some one broke into my mom's 4 runner and they fixed it and something hit the rear side window a week later and they fixed that one too. I called around for the rear window and it was going to cost anywhere between 300 and 600 to fix. the insurance rates didn't go up either.|
|08-15-2007 10:18 PM|
Like another poster mentioned...it could have been had I hit some boulders while off roading etc. So I'll wait to make a claim if and/or when that happens.
Just another reason why California sucks. However we do have great trails!!!
|08-15-2007 07:53 PM|
we replaced our windshield with insuranc on the van
y wouldn t u have insurance get into it?
|08-15-2007 07:41 PM|
I would never claim a window to an insurance company...even if I had no deductible.
Secondly....this is nothing compared to my BMW windshield rubber molding. That's a $500 plus job just to replace the rubber around the windshield.
Jeeps are not that expensive.
|08-15-2007 01:16 PM|
|Dare2BSquare||Good thinkin. You maintained your badge of honor by preserving the crack. And saved some smack!|
|08-15-2007 11:47 AM|
|Tommy Kelly||I must be cheap because years ago I had a jeep with a cracked windshield on the drivers side. So instead of buying a new windshield for it I took it out and turned it over and put the crack on the other side and drove it for the rest of the time I owned it. The inspection rules were that the drivers wiper wasn't supposed to touch a crack.|
|08-15-2007 11:15 AM|
|Walkeraviator||Kentucky state law... Insurance required to replace broken windshields deductible free...|
|08-15-2007 09:54 AM|
|whiteyj||The other option is to lower the insurance deductable if you're going to drive expensive toys.|
|08-15-2007 09:53 AM|
Cracking a window is better than a lot of other stuff that could occur. It sin't fun and costs $$$$$$$$$$$ but "O" well.
Now the first @##$%$# is behind you and good and safe driving ahead of you.
|08-15-2007 08:40 AM|
Cracked windshield and bad luck...
The last new vehicle I bought for me was a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500. 2 months after I had it I went on a trip pulling the trailer. A rock was kicked up by another vehicle and cracked my windshield. Cost $209
This past weekend, 2 months after I bought the Jeep, a rock was kicked up and cracked my windshield.
I did own a new vehicle in 2003. A BMW 325i. However that was originally bought for my Wife and 8 months later I bought her a 525 and I took the 325 and sold my truck. The 325 was "too small" so she needed the 525! Jeez!
Anyway I guess I am jinxed when it comes to vehicles I buy for me and windshields.