Have A Broken Window On Your Dodge Diplomat? Phoenix Valley Free Mobile Glass Service

Have A Broken Window On Your Dodge Diplomat?The Diplomat name was originally used by Dodge on 2-door hardtop models from 1950 to 1954. It was also used on the export version of the DeSoto from 1946 through 1961. In 1975–77, the Diplomat name was also used on a trim package available on the Royal Monaco two-door hardtop.

Need window repair price for your Dodge Diplomat? We’ve been repairing windows and mirrors for Dodge Diplomat’s and other automobiles in the Phoenix Valley since 2001.

The most common damage comes from other vehicles kicking up rocks and debris, but birds and other insects can also cause damage.
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Need your Dodge Diplomat’s glass repaired or replaced but don’t have insurance? We offer some of the best auto glass repair prices without insurance in Phoenix.

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The Dodge Diplomat was an American mid-size car that was produced by Dodge from 1977 to 1989. It is essentially identical to the Plymouth Gran Fury in the U.S. market and the Plymouth Caravelle in Canada. It was also sold in Mexico between 1981 and 1982 as the Dodge Dart, and in Colombia as the Dodge Coronet. The Diplomat was initially offered in a coupe and a sedan. In 1978, station wagons were added as replacements for the departed full-sized C-body wagons.

Can You Get Ticketed For A Broken Car Window?

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

It may vary by state, but generally a police officer can give you a ticket if the crack is deemed to be impairing your range of sight, thus causing unnecessary increased risk to yourself and other people. Read more about this here.

Dodge Diplomat & Other Auto Glass Reviews From Phoenix Valley Customers