Category Archives: Car Safety Tips

Back to School – Practice, Field Trips & Weekend Road Trips

Since 1998, there have been more than 400,000 fatal automotive accidents. Of course, less than 1% are classified as school-related. Although the percentage appears low, that amounts to about 1,500 accidents in the last 20 years. On average, that is about 142 fatalities from school-related crashes per year. As a parent or teacher preparing for…
Read more

Car Maintenance: Everything You Need to Know

Cars are more than just a method of transportation to and from work. If cared for, a vehicle is your home during family road trips; the vehicle used to move your child into college; and if true care is given, it can turn into your new 16-year-old’s training wheels. A car holds memories, on top…
Read more

How Hot is Too Hot When It Comes to Your Windshield?

The temperature may not be the direct cause for windshield breakage or cracks; however, the temperature can be an underlying cause. A dramatic change in temperature can cause a small chip to spread which may make a windshield replacement a necessity. In fact, it is not even the transition from winter to spring which can…
Read more

June is National Safety Month: Summer Safety Tips for Your Road Trip

June is National Safety Month and summer is upon us! Glass America believes in prioritizing your safety and that of your family. With kids home for summer break, you may need to find ways to entertain them and take a much-needed break yourself. The warmer weather and spare time mean summer road trips for many…
Read more