Tucson Mobile Auto Glass Repair & Windshield Replacement

We know you’re busy. That’s why from the time you call, we strive to get your windshield repaired or replaced within 24 hours.

For your convenience, we provide mobile auto glass repair and installation. Max Auto Glass will repair your windshield at your home or even at the office while you work. Our friendly technicians travel all over Tucson and the surrounding areas taking excellent care of our customers. Best of all, our mobile service is FREE.

You can also choose to have your service performed at one of our many BRAKEmax locations.

Our representatives are always on hand to answer your questions about our mobile auto glass repairs. Please call us at (520) 498-1234, and we’ll do our best to serve you.

No Need to Wait for Repair—We Come to You

A rock hits your windshield as you’re driving and creates a small, star-shaped ding in the glass. What next? auto glass repair mobile service with max auto van

Getting it fixed is a disruption in your busy schedule. It’s natural to think the ding won’t get bigger or cause any other problems. Many people continue to drive for days or weeks with the glass cracked, and all is fine. Until the crack suddenly enlarges, or an unrelated crash causes the windshield to crumble in a shower of glass. 

The safety features of an intact windshield aren’t often considered when the glass has a small crack or ding in it. However, the windshield is designed to absorb a lot of the impact from a crash. The driver and passengers are protected from being thrown from the car, too, by the windshield. If the glass is unstable, all those safety features disappear. 

Max Auto Glass is always ready to repair or replace a damaged windshield for you so that doesn’t happen. Accidents are never expected, so it needs to be taken care of right away. That’s why we offer mobile auto glass repair! 

There is no reason to wait until you can arrange to take your car into the auto glass shop. We take care of front windshields as well as side and back windows, too. Plus, the calibration that is part of the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) in many cars today can be handled by our certified technicians during a mobile window repair, too. We’ve got you covered! 

Repair or Replace?

Our technicians can assist you in determining which is the safest way to proceed: a repair or a replacement. Here are some considerations:

  • The quarter test: If a chip in your auto glass is smaller than a quarter, it can probably be repaired safely. Larger than that, though, means the window should be replaced. 
  • If the flying object that caused the chip didn’t cause damage penetrating the inner layer of plastic, it can be repaired.
  • A crack causes more problems. The glass tends to separate after it cracks simply from dirt getting in the crack or the ordinary movement of the car. It’s best to replace the glass after a crack. 
  • Replacement is recommended if the damage is directly in front of the driver’s field of vision. It will only get worse over time, so it’s best to go ahead and replace it right away.

Whether your auto glass needs to be repaired or must be replaced, we come to your home or office to do the work. Consult with the auto glass specialists at Max Auto Glass for their advice when they arrive for your mobile windshield repair if you are uncertain. 

Your Mobile Window Replacement

Our technicians work hard to arrive onsite within 24 hours after the damage to your auto glass. We will provide high-quality replacement service and promise the following:

  1. To entrust your glass repair to only technicians certified by the Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC), as well as Dow Corporation. These are the highest standards for an auto glass technician. 
  2. To provide safe, effective service for your vehicle’s glass repair or replacement. 
  3. To finish the repair quickly, most within one hour or less.

Stress-free. Convenient. Professional. Contact Max Auto for mobile glass repair!

The ADAS and Your Auto Glass

Today’s technology in vehicles adds to the safety of the driver, passengers, and everyone else on the road. ADAS are designed to avoid crashes through the use of technologies that alert drivers to potential hazards. Increasingly, they will be able to take over control of the vehicle to avoid these dangers.

Replacing or repairing auto glass today must take ADAS into consideration, so these safety features aren’t compromised in any way. The Max Auto Glass technicians will assess the systems used by your vehicle, such as automatic windshield wipers and headlights, dashboards with heads-up displays, or pedestrian or vehicle warning systems. The auto glass and these systems must be re-calibrated when the glass is repaired or replaced.

Recalibration of ADAS Systems

Considering the sophistication of this technology, it is critical that any service relating to the ADAS in any way must be precise and done correctly. Max Auto Glass personnel are certified by the AGSC so that you know the job is being done by professionals who know what they are doing. auto glass technician fixing cracked windshield

Your ADAS uses sensors, cameras, and other components that will all be re-installed and re-calibrated correctly. These devices all operate with the assumption that they have a flawless viewing area to work with. If they don’t, they will not be providing accurate data to the vehicle or the driver. That can be deadly.

During the calibration process, the Max Auto Glass technician will:

  • Scan the vehicle’s onboard computer system using advanced diagnostic equipment to determine all ADAS present.
  • Develop a plan for repairing damaged parts and replacement of sensors or control modules affected.
  • Scan the system at completion of repair or replacement to make sure all is well.
  • Test drive the vehicle to verify the accuracy of systems on the road. 

There is no room for error in glass repair and re-calibration of ADAS. You can be assured that Max Auto Glass technicians will match the exact standards required for your safety. 

Back and Side Windows

Damage to the back or side windows of your vehicle requires specific skills and experience and we have the technicians to meet the need. Max Auto Glass also has the needed premium parts on hand. 

A back or side window replacement includes:

  • Properly preparing the area, including the vehicle’s door panels to gain access to the glass.
  • Cleaning the area before beginning any replacement or repair, including getting rid of all glass shards or debris.
  • Replacing the appropriate window(s) using high-tech tools.
  • Testing the window for proper function and integrity of the new glass.
  • Cleaning the glass to a spotless shine!

The Max Auto Glass mobile service is free! Your safety is our concern. 

Mobile Auto Glass Service FAQs

Does insurance cover a broken windshield?

Each auto insurance policy is unique in the coverage it offers. In many comprehensive coverage policies, auto glass replacement and auto glass repair are covered. If auto glass replacement and repair are included, your insurance will likely cover the windshield replacement cost without a deductible.

Standard or liability coverage will likely only cover your vehicle’s damages if you pay a deductible fee. We recommend checking in with your insurance agent to get the full details of your policy. Be sure you ask detailed questions, and ask whether your policy includes coverage for an OEM or an OEE windshield. Knowing what’s covered by your policy will help prepare you for an auto glass replacement cost. It’s best to know what coverage is included before having any repair work done.

Why does my safety system need to be recalibrated after a windshield replacement?

Modern windshields have a number of safety components to keep drivers safe on the road. These components could be automatic rain sensors to engage the windshield wipers, headlight detectors, cameras, or even radars to adjust your speed. With these safety systems being complex and technologically advanced, it’s essential to have them working correctly.

When an auto glass replacement is done, calibrating the safety system is an essential step. When the windshield is removed and replaced, the sensors and ADAS could be incorrect in their readings. Calibrating the ADAS after an auto glass replacement ensures that it will function properly with the new glass.

How long does it take to replace a windshield and recalibrate the safety system?

We know your time is valuable to you, and taking time out of your schedule for an auto glass repair is an inconvenience. However, from the time you call, we aim to have your auto glass repair or auto glass replacement completed within 24 hours. This is true whether you bring your car to our windshield repair and replacement shop or use our free mobile auto glass repair service.

Once we arrive, our skilled technicians assess the damage and tell you if you need to repair or replace your windshield. An auto glass replacement takes about an hour to complete, plus a few hours of waiting for the adhesive to set fully.

An auto glass repair is much shorter and can be completed in 20-30 minutes. A repair typically does not require any waiting after.

How do you fix a rock chip in a windshield?

With auto glass repair services, we use a small amount of clear resin injected into the chip. Max Auto Glass uses a vacuum pressure repair process to create a seal for the resin. Once the resin is precisely injected into the damaged area, the vacuum pressure cures and hardens the resin to seal the chip.

Once the resin is hardened, our technicians will smooth out the newly repaired area. After inspecting the work, the auto glass repair is complete. The end result of an auto glass repair is a strengthened, unbroken windshield.

Our thorough glass repair process is fast and convenient. If you need us to fix your windshield, contact our team for auto glass repair.

Should I worry about a small chip in my windshield?

While a small chip may seem insignificant, it could lead to a major crack later on. Think of a small chip in a windshield as a small leak in a water dam. Even though it may not be a major issue in itself, it weakens the entire structure.

If you hit a pothole or a bump in the road that puts additional pressure on the tiny chip in your windshield, it could spread the damage further. Or even shatter a windshield.

Another aspect to consider is that a chip is a relatively simple repair. A crack, however, typically means a full auto glass replacement. It is better to handle a small problem before it becomes a major issue.

Can you drive right after a windshield replacement?

In short, no. A total auto glass replacement requires time to solidify before it is safe to drive. Once the new windshield is set, a hefty amount of resin and adhesive is used to secure it in the correct place on your vehicle. In order to remain securely in place, this resin needs to dry completely before taking it to the open road.

Even though it may look like there is no wet residue on the windshield, the solidifying process can take a couple of hours at most. Depending on your vehicle, our team may also have to recalibrate your safety system as well. Though the auto glass replacement process should only take about an hour, it’s important to wait until it is completely set before driving.

The wait time is another reason we recommend our mobile auto glass repair service. Instead of waiting here for your car to be ready, let us come to you at your home or office.

Are there financing options for auto glass replacement?

Yes! We know that an unexpected auto glass repair or replacement can be a financial burden. We are proud to accept the BRAKEmax CFNA credit card for financing. This card is dedicated to automobile-related costs, like repairs or services. As a cardholder, you have the benefits of all the perks that come with it, including:

  • No annual fees
  • Easy monthly payments
  • The simple and fast application process
  • A line of credit solely for your vehicle

How do I know if I need to replace my windshield or have an auto glass repair?

One of our mobile auto glass repair technicians can help you determine the best course of action for a damaged windshield. Small chips typically require an auto glass repair, not a total windshield replacement. You can do a quick assessment to have an idea for yourself by looking at the size and extent of the damage. If the chip is smaller than a quarter, it can likely be repaired. Additionally, if the chip is only on the surface level, it will typically not require a full auto glass replacement.

The Max Auto Glass Difference

  • High-Quality Products
  • Technicians Certified By The Auto Glass Safety Council™
  • Excellent Customer Service
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