1. Do I Need a Windshield Replacement After an Accident? Our Auto Glass Shop Explains

    Accidents happen. While many drivers rely on their insurance to cover a variety of damages, some motorists are left to cover their own repairs following a vehicular impact of any magnitude. One important aspect of your car to inspect before hitting the road again is the windshield. This primary auto…Read More

  2. Can Bad Driving Habits Increase the Risk for Windshield Damage? Ask Alpine Auto Glass

    We all love having a clean, clear field of vision when it comes to operating an automobile, and we have the auto glass to thank for this. However, if your car or truck’s windshield is ailing from chips, cracks, or otherwise unsafe conditions, you may have more stress than you can handle. Drivers a…Read More

  3. Highlighting the Top Causes of Windshield Damage

    Summertime is still in full force, and if you’re like many drivers across North Dakota, you’re likely ready for a season change. High temperatures and heavy doses of sunshine can be enjoyable, but when it comes to your auto glass, these conditions can increase the likelihood of damage developing…Read More

  4. Take Care Of Your Windshield This Winter With Our Auto Glass Tips Part 2

    Wintertime is almost here, and drivers across North Dakota and Montana are gearing up for the harsh weather ahead. It is essential to ensure your car or truck is ready for the inclement weather conditions, including sound mechanical operations, adequate tire tread, and uncompromised auto glass. Fail…Read More

  5. Take Care Of Your Windshield This Winter With Our Auto Glass Tips Part 1

    As the holidays continue, most drivers across North Dakota are focused on spending time with family. People will likely spend time commuting to various shopping locations as well. Seasonal cheer is accompanied by colder temperatures, placing an increased burden on vehicles with cracked or chipped wi…Read More

  6. Is My Windshield Leaking? Alpine Auto Glass Highlights The Signs And Troubles

    Here in North Dakota, we’re used to dealing with inclement weather. Heavy rain, snow, and a variety of other weather patterns can all ravage the community, leaving your vehicle soggy in the process. While meant to keep the moisture out, certain spots within the vehicle are more likely to produce l…Read More