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Posted: 06/27/22 11:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

MountainAir05 wrote:

If you are in Florida then: but this does not help you find one. Get the number off the lower left corner and they will help you find who made it and the numbers that you will need.

in Florida, all drivers who have Comprehensive Coverage are not responsible to pay any deductible in order to pay for services to repair damages to their vehicle's windshield.Nov 18, 2021


Yep, we had the driver's side (National SeaBreezeLX) replaced early last year and it cost us nothing.

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JRscooby wrote:

Bruce Brown wrote:

^^^ More like thank God we don't have to - yet. [emoticon]


Wait What? If I had a functional MH that I had cared for, but could not replace the glass I would think I had to.
Of course I have put enough miles on more than a few vehicles to understand that windshields wear out.


You missed the point - thankfully we can still get glass for most vehicles still on the road.


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LandYacht35diesel wrote:

…. Of course you have proper insurance… but what happens if the windshield isn’t available ?


What year, make and model Motorhome do you have?

I've been on three RV forums 15 years and never heard of anybody not being able to source a windshield.

Perhaps this is a first?


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