Automotive Glass Repair

KB Tire & Auto | Glass Repair Services

affordable and convenient auto glass repair


What do you do when you first notice a crack or chip in your windshield? If your answer is forget about it or put off getting it fixed, you aren’t alone. Many people postpone getting their automotive glass repaired because they’re afraid of what it might cost, but doing so can be dangerous and even more costly in the long run. At KB Tire & Auto, we offer affordable and convenient automotive glass repair services so that you don’t have to risk losing an arm and a leg (literally and figuratively!) when you need work done on your car.

KB Tire & Auto Automotive Glass Repair Services

Our services extend beyond just front windshield repair and include the rear windshield and windows of all automotive vehicles, from cars and farm equipment like tractors and trucks to construction equipment like skid loaders and trackhoes. Whether your glass is cracked or chipped in one place or multiple, our repair experts are trained to assess the situation and help get you back on the road as quickly as possible.

Mobile Repair Services in Moberly and Surrounding Mid-MO Areas

We are proud to serve the Moberly area and surrounding parts of Central Missouri. When the weather permits, we offer mobile repair services up to a 30 mile radius from Moberly, in addition to the work we do at our shop. Please note that while we will do offer mobile repair services, we do not provide residential glass repair for homes. If you’re interested in our automotive glass repair services, get a quote today!

KB Tire & Auto | Automotive Glass Repair Services - Window Replacement

How do I know if my vehicle is eligible for glass repair?

There are three main factors that our experts examine to determine if your windshield or window is eligible for repair: the size, depth and location of the chip or crack. If you think your vehicle is eligible for glass repair, give us a call.


Size and Depth of Windshield Chip or Crack

According to the Repair of Laminated Automotive Glass Standard (ROLAGS) guide that is put out by the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA), a repairable chip shouldn’t be larger than three inches, and a crack can be up to 14 inches in length. Typically, chips smaller than a quarter and cracks shorter than three inches are the easiest to repair, but if the damage punctures the inner layer of glass as well as the outer layer, the windshield may need to be replaced. In that event, our experts are happy to help determine the extent of the damages and what we can do to get your car up and running again.



Location of Windshield Chip or Crack

Location also plays an important role in determining whether your vehicle’s glass needs to be repaired. It’s especially important to repair cracks or chips in the driver’s line of sight as soon as possible, but doing so can be tricky because repairs can reduce visibility if not done properly. That’s why we always recommend calling on our expertise for help!


It’s also crucial that vehicle owners take action when you notice cracks near the edge of your windshield. Because windshields help maintain the vehicle’s structural integrity, a sturdy windshield is crucial to keeping your passengers safe, especially if the vehicle rolls over.

Is the crack in your window “chipping” away at your vehicle’s safety?