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Autoglass 40 Year old (Promotion)

From today until 6pm 22nd October, book an Autoglass windscreen repair or replacement and get a free pair of Bosch Wiper blades.

I've just had my windscreen repaired this morning. It cost me £10 through my insurance and doesn't affect your no claims discount.

Repair guy fixed the stone chip and then checked over my wiper blades. Said they didn't need replacing yet, but gave me a pair for when they did. These should normally cost £30+ for my car.

So if you have a chip in your windscreen and been putting the repair off, now is the time. Check with your insurance company first as some don't even charge for repair, just replacement.
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big8yearold#1
bit much jus for some new wiper blades.
cheekytrucker 1 Like #2
has anyone got a spare brick, (that should give me a pretty big chip) so that I can get some new wiper blades
sofiasar 2 Likes #3
they only cost £4/£5 each any way. deal cold all way
leehardacre#4
Had my screen replaced yesterday! Typical!
friendlyfire321 1 Like #5
sofiasar
they only cost £4/£5 each any way. deal cold all way

Where you getting Bosch wipers for £4/£5 from?
sofiasar#6
friendlyfire321
sofiasar
they only cost £4/£5 each any way. deal cold all way
Where you getting Bosch wipers for £4/£5 from?
xtree
got my car serviced and asked how much they are. ask part shops aswell
oddballjamie#7
Can 2nd that, mine are over 30 notes a pair too, damn those fancy frameless blades!

Could be worse, my last car used these http://www.gsfcarparts.com/939pc0050

Edited By: oddballjamie on Oct 08, 2012 21:23
intranix#8
If you believe windscreen repair/replacement through insurance doesnt affect your insurance think again, it might not affect your NCB, but it will still be logged and it WILL affect your risk assessment and ultimately put up your premiums.
Gav_881#9
35 quid for my last pair, may get some pebbles
jay_leeds#10
i got these wipers for £5 each for kwik fit they are pretty good but cheap. good deal though as you get two things done at once.
waby1234#11
It CAN affect your risk rating, not WILL. It depends how the insurer assesses claims - most allow several windscreen claims per policy year prior to increasing the premium on renewal.
williham 1 Like #12
intranix
If you believe windscreen repair/replacement through insurance doesnt affect your insurance think again, it might not affect your NCB, but it will still be logged and it WILL affect your risk assessment and ultimately put up your premiums.
if you shop around, competitors won't know you have repaired your windscreen
jk12324#13
♫ Autoglass repair, Autoglass replace. ♫

"Hi, I'm Gavin from Autoglass..."

Edited By: jk12324 on Oct 08, 2012 23:00: .
neilcaldwell#14
jk12324
♫ Autoglass repair, Autoglass replace. ♫

"Hi, I'm Gavin from Autoglass..."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvnvN2F1Rm4

♫ Autoglass repair, Autoglass replace. ♫
intranix#15
williham
intranix
If you believe windscreen repair/replacement through insurance doesnt affect your insurance think again, it might not affect your NCB, but it will still be logged and it WILL affect your risk assessment and ultimately put up your premiums.
if you shop around, competitors won't know you have repaired your windscreen

They will in the event of a claim when they check the insurance database, it does get logged.

Edited By: intranix on Oct 09, 2012 00:38
SaeedB#16
intranix
williham
intranix
If you believe windscreen repair/replacement through insurance doesnt affect your insurance think again, it might not affect your NCB, but it will still be logged and it WILL affect your risk assessment and ultimately put up your premiums.
if you shop around, competitors won't know you have repaired your windscreen

They will in the event of a claim when they check the insurance database, it does get logged.

You dont have to report it to any new broker/insurance company that you have had your windscreen chip repaired/replaced.

People need to stop scare mongering!
intranix#17
SaeedB
intranix
williham
intranix
If you believe windscreen repair/replacement through insurance doesnt affect your insurance think again, it might not affect your NCB, but it will still be logged and it WILL affect your risk assessment and ultimately put up your premiums.
if you shop around, competitors won't know you have repaired your windscreen

They will in the event of a claim when they check the insurance database, it does get logged.

You dont have to report it to any new broker/insurance company that you have had your windscreen chip repaired/replaced.

People need to stop scare mongering!

Yes you do actually.

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=3010408

Edited By: intranix on Oct 09, 2012 03:26
oddballjamie#18
SaeedB
intranix
williham
intranix
If you believe windscreen repair/replacement through insurance doesnt affect your insurance think again, it might not affect your NCB, but it will still be logged and it WILL affect your risk assessment and ultimately put up your premiums.
if you shop around, competitors won't know you have repaired your windscreen

They will in the event of a claim when they check the insurance database, it does get logged.

You dont have to report it to any new broker/insurance company that you have had your windscreen chip repaired/replaced.

People need to stop scare mongering!

Couple of sites I've had quotes on have asked, but hasn't made any difference to me cost wise when I've added it on. A non-fault accident didn't raise it either luckily.
Tetlee#19
intranix
SaeedB
intranix
williham
intranix
If you believe windscreen repair/replacement through insurance doesnt affect your insurance think again, it might not affect your NCB, but it will still be logged and it WILL affect your risk assessment and ultimately put up your premiums.
if you shop around, competitors won't know you have repaired your windscreen

They will in the event of a claim when they check the insurance database, it does get logged.

You dont have to report it to any new broker/insurance company that you have had your windscreen chip repaired/replaced.

People need to stop scare mongering!

Yes you do actually.

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=3010408

Thanks for bringing this to my attention, was not aware of that sneaky clause at all. These insurers really do get you these days, the whole NCB thing is pretty much a con now anyway in my opinion. I mean I had someone bump my car a few weeks ago, accepted entirely their fault and went through their insurance only, but yet I will now have to declare full details of that claim every time I get a new quote as they insurers ask the question "have you been involved in any claims" rather than simply asking what NCB you have.
swavgav82#20
Information from watchdog -

Thinking of making an insurance claim?

BBC Watchdog

Deciding whether to make a claim on your insurance can be a bit of a mind field - What's covered? What's the excess? How will it affect No Claims Discounts? A quick call to your insurer should help - but beware. Even if you decide NOT to make a claim, your call could still be logged on your history, and count against you in the future.

As Simon Clayton discovered. He took out car insurance with Budget Insurance in June, but just weeks into his cover they cancelled his policy saying it was because he had failed to disclose two previous claims. The problem was he hadn't made any.

"I phoned up my previous insurer, Swift, and they told me one was for a windscreen repair and one was a notification from where I'd driven into a pothole," explains Simon.

The windscreen repair was provided free as part of his cover and didn't affect his No Claims. And the pothole had caused no damage and was just to get a reference number for his local council. But Swiftcover had logged the incidents on Simon's history AND told Budget all about them

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