Results for: "Windscreens & Motor Glass" in "Midrand, South Africa"

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William Nicol Rd

William Nicol Rd

Sandton

2021

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.04606

28.01839

Premium

windscreens & motor glass

79 Bismarck St

Unit 40

79 Bismarck St

Midrand

1685

Gauteng

South Africa

Premium

windscreens & motor glass

Tonetti St

Tonetti St

Midrand

1685

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.996152

28.125354

Republic Rd

Bysy Corner (Imbizo)

Republic Rd

Midrand

1685

Gauteng

South Africa

50 Herman St

R24 Business Park Bldg G Unit 01

Herman St

Meadowdale

1685

Gauteng

South Africa

Windscreens and motor glass, also known as automotive glass refers to the glass that is found in a vehicle. It is important that the windscreen of a vehicle is shatterproof and is in perfect condition for the safety of the driver and passengers. Should you need to replace your car windscreen, you need to go to an insurance approved installer who is registered with the South African Motor Body Repairers Association.

Windscreen specialists work from a fitment centre and some also have a mobile service. They install windscreens and motor glass, they do smash and grab window tinting and chip repairs. They provide a guarantee on all workmanship. Inferior quality windscreens can be fatal in a car accident and therefore has to be approved by the insurance industry. When buying a new vehicle, you have to take the vehicle to a windscreen fitment centre that will assess the condition of your vehicle for insurance purposes.

Do you have a crack in your windscreen or need a chip repaired? Yellow Pages have a list of windscreen and motor glass specialists to assist you. Some will come out to you if you cannot get to them. You can get locally manufactured or imported windscreens.

Windscreens and motor glass, also known as automotive glass refers to the glass that is found in a vehicle. It is important that the windscreen of a vehicle is shatterproof and is in perfect condition for the safety of the driver and passengers. Should you need to replace your car windscreen, you need to go to an insurance approved installer who is registered with the South African Motor Body Repairers Association.

Windscreen specialists work from a fitment centre and some also have a mobile service. They install windscreens and motor glass, they do smash and grab window tinting and chip repairs. They provide a guarantee on all workmanship. Inferior quality windscreens can be fatal in a car accident and therefore has to be approved by the insurance industry. When buying a new vehicle, you have to take the vehicle to a windscreen fitment centre that will assess the condition of your vehicle for insurance purposes.

Do you have a crack in your windscreen or need a chip repaired? Yellow Pages have a list of windscreen and motor glass specialists to assist you. Some will come out to you if you cannot get to them. You can get locally manufactured or imported windscreens.

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