Customer Name: Tomoko
Vehicle: 2014 Toyota Prius C
Emergency Glass Repair Partner: TLC Glass, Inc
Received Quote: Yes $270
Used TLC Glass, Inc: Yes
Comment about TLC Glass, Inc:
Response for the price quote was super fast, and the lady I talked over the phone was nice and told me every detail I needed to know. The staff for replacement came my place almost on time and worked as I expected. I am so satisfied.
Emergency Glass Repair Feedback:
I am very happy to find this site. They gave me really a good deal. I've never been happier with the auto repair.
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Below is a picture of the inside of a 2010 Toyota Highlander dashboard and you can see the button that looks like a windshield. This button is the button for the Heated Windshield Wiper Park Area feature. When you press this button it turns on heat to the windshield and also to the side mirrors. You must know if you have this feature when replacing your windshield because this vehicle comes with this feature and also without this feature. If you are not sure if your vehicle has this feature first look for this button and if you don't see it you don't have it. Another way to find out is to take your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and contact your local dealership parts department and then they will be able to tell you if you have the feature.
[caption id="attachment_2342" align="alignleft" width="640"] 2010 Toyota Higlander Dash That Displays the Heated Windshield Button[/caption]
Getting locked out of your car is really embarrassing and is something some people have never experienced before. Usually once a week we receive a call from someone who has broken their own window to get into their vehicle. Yesterday we received a call from a woman for a vent glass window on her Dodge Dart. I asked her how it broke and she said she had broken it to get into her car because her baby was locked inside. A baby locked inside a vehicle is never a good thing. She claimed she had a wireless key fob that she put inside her purse and it was in the vehicle and she was outside the vehicle cleaning the snow off when she realized she was locked out of her car. She started to panic and smashed the vent window on her new Dart to get to her baby. Some newer vehicles are utilizing this technology however the technology ended up costing this car owner some money because if you leave the vehicle running and close the car door they lock automatically since the vehicle is running. If you are in the same situation we recommend you break a door glass window rather then a quarter glass or vent window it will save yourself some money! Also don't leave your key in the car with it running and close the doors if you have an automatic locking system like this customer did. Learn from her mistake!
Today was a very busy day in Long Beach, California. Apparently someone went on a shooting spree today shooting out windows in Long Beach. We were told by a Long Beach resident that 40 or more cars had windows shot out. We will be available all night tonight to take calls to schedule appointments for this incident.
Axe versus 2006 Hummer Back glass window (AX Won)
This particular vehicle below sustained some back glass damage when an Axe came flying thru the back glass. We were able to provide a mobile back glass replacement on this 2006 Hummer H3 in Lumberton, TX 77657.
We recently replaced a back glass powered slider for a customer in Houston, Texas. We recommend you use a OE part like Mopar when doing this type of replacement. The OE part fits the best and this job usually takes 4 hours to complete. Here's some pictures of what the process looks like. When you do the replacement you have to remove the back seat and regulator.
[caption id="attachment_2315" align="alignleft" width="400"] 2009 Dodge 1500 Back Glass Power Slider[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_2316" align="alignleft" width="400"] 2009-Dodge-Pickup-1500-Back-Glass-Powered-Slider-Mopar-Privacy-Tint[/caption]