Hyundai Equus Phoenix Auto Glass & Rock Chip Repair

Need a new window or rock chip repaired on your Hyundai Equus? We will replace or repair your window for all models of Hyundai Equus vehicles, from 1999-2016, for one year after for FREE, even if it’s from a separate glass incident not related to the first time.

We never use cheap gimmicks to trap people into paying higher prices when it comes time to pay.

We offer honest service with fair prices.

What’s The Cost On A Hyundai Equus Replacement Windshield?

  • Between $150 – $330 for Hyundai windshields.

Depending on if it’s a crack or chip, or window, mirror, back or front windshield, it can range in cost. Call 602-892-0202 for a closer estimate.

Free Auto Glass Estimate Form – or Text Us At – 480-269-4643

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    What About Glass Insurance Coverage? Should I Use It?

    Insurance can usually cover it if you have glass coverage. However due to having to submit a claim and the lost cost of the replacement, many people opt for the cash option.

    If you need to have your auto glass repaired or replaced, the Phoenix, AZ law (ARS 20-469) allows you to choose the company that works on your car.

    Can You Get Ticketed in Phoenix For A Cracked Windshield?

    Can the Phoenix police ticket you for having a cracked windshield or window? The answer is yes. There are some general specifications on what constitutes the need for getting a ticket though.

    In Phoenix a police officer can give you a ticket if the crack is judged to be impairing your range of sight, thus causing unnecessary increased risk to yourself and other people. Read more about this here.

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    About The Hyundai Equus

    The Hyundai Equus is a full-size, limousine produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai since 1999.

    In 2009, Hyundai released the second generation utilizing a rear-wheel drive platform and competing with the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes S-Class, Audi A8 and Lexus LS. As of August 2014, the second generation is marketed in South Korea, Russia, China, United States, Canada, Central America, and South America — as well as in the Middle East under the Hyundai Centennial nameplate.

    The name “equus” is the Latin word for “horse”.