Phoenix Valley Dodge Stratus Window & Glass Repair

Auto Glass Repair and Replacement for Dodge Stratus

Need the mirror, window, windshield or glass replaced on your Dodge Stratus? We provide Phoenix valley wide mobile window repair for all years of Dodge Stratus vehicles, from 1995-2006.

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    Despite the cause of the damage, the most important thing to do is act quickly so your vehicle will keep you safe! Your auto glass is the barrier between you and debris from the streets of the Phoenix Valley, and accounts for 40-70% of the strength of your vehicle.

    If I Have A Cracked Window, Is It Illegal To Drive With It In Phoenix?

    In Phoenix and the rest of Arizona, it is not illegal, but not recommended. Here are some reasons why having a cracked windshield can be considered dangerous and cause you to get a ticket….

    • Structural Weakness -The windshield contributes to the structural integrity of the vehicle, helping to hold it together during an accident. When the glass is in one piece, it helps support the impact resistance of the vehicle. An un-repaired crack may weaken the glass, causing it to break easier.
    • Visual Impairment – A crack can cause visual impairment and distraction to the driver, increasing the risk of an accident. A crack may be considered a visual impairment if it exceeds 1.5 inches in diameter and has a cross section from another crack.
    • Size Of The Crack -If the crack is within 6 inches from the edge of the window where the window meets the car and/or the glass has a cross section crack in it, the windshield must be replaced.

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    Info On The Dodge Stratus

    The Dodge Stratus is a mid-size car that was introduced by Dodge in February 1995, and was based on the 4-door sedan Chrysler JA platform. The Stratus, Plymouth Breeze, and Chrysler Cirrus were all on Car and Driver magazine’s Ten Best list for 1996 and 1997. It received critical acclaim at launch, but ratings fell over time. An updated version of the Stratus was introduced for 2001, with the Cirrus being renamed as the Chrysler Sebring, and a coupé model was also added to the range. However, production ended at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in early 2006 which had built 1,308,123 Stratus and Sebrings since 2000. The Dodge Avenger replaced the Stratus nameplate in early 2007 for the 2008 model year.

    After the discontinuation of the Stratus sedan in 2006, the assembly line and tooling were sold to the Russian concern, GAZ, which manufactured 9,000 examples of a very slightly modified Stratus from 2008 through 2010 called the Volga Siber.