A tiny rock can get kicked up from the road by a passing car in the blink of an eye. That puny rock can cause substantial damage to your RV’s windshield.
If the crack grows substantially or makes it difficult to see, you should have it addressed immediately.
Some states will allow a crack or two, but the windshield must be replaced if they are too close together.
There are a few things to consider when deciding if your windshield is repairable or not. Here’s what you need to know.
The size of the crack in your windshield matters. If you catch it early, you can prevent a crack from splintering across your entire windshield.