No, it is very unlikely. Most glass claims fall under the comprehensive, as opposed to the collision part of your coverage, and shouldn’t affect your insurance unless, for example, you were to make several glass claims in a short period of time.
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No, Capital Glass is an I.C.B.C. Glass Express provider and also handles claims for ALL private insurance companies. You might recognize your policy by the name of one of the insurance companies listed here: Allstate, Aviva (Comox Valley Insurance), BCAA, Coast Auto (Coast Capital) , Canadian Direct (HSBC), Canadian Northern Shield, Community First, Family Insurance / Autocover (Sussex), ING […]
No, waiving the deductible is an illegal offence under the Insurance Act of Canada.
Yes, and maybe even a better quality than you had before the replacement. Capital Glass carries the largest inventory of PGW, original equipment (OEM) glass on the North Island. PGW is also chosen by auto manufacturers such as Acura, Audi, BMW, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota and others.
Usually 2-4 hours. This is for your safety; adhesives need adequate cure time in order to perform properly in the event that your vehicle was in a collision immediately after leaving the shop. If your vehicle has air bags this is especially critical.