Bob’s Auto Glass is proud to be a preferred vendor for all
Please request Bob’s Auto Glass when calling your insurance company about your
Why does my insurance company want me
to use another glass shop?
Many insurance companies use a free order
taking and billing service to handle their glass only claims.
These services are owned by large glass manufacturing
companies that provide claim filing in exchange for being routed
all of the calls. If
you don’t have a glass shop in mind, they will set your
appointment with one of their shops.
You, the customer, have the right
by law to choose any auto glass shop you wish to do business with.
It is against the law for your insurance company or their
representatives to steer you to a specific shop.
When filing your claim, be sure to ask that
Bob’s Auto Glass be
assigned to complete your repairs.
If I file a claim for my windshield,
will my rates go up?
Most auto glass is broken from stones thrown
up by other cars on the road or vandalism.
Because these incidents are not your fault, but an “act
of nature”, claims usually fall under your comprehensive
these claims have nothing to do with your driving skills, your
rates should not be affected.
It is best to check with your insurance company.
Is it worth it for me to file a claim
with a high deductible?
Insurance companies dictate our pricing for
your insurance claim.
To minimize your out-of-pocket expense, we like to
analyze each glass loss both ways – cash and insurance.
We’ll make sure you get the lowest cost.