Windscreen Chip Repair

A windscreen chip repair costs significantly less than a replacement and takes less than 30 minutes to fix. Further, a windscreen repair preserves the original windscreen in your vehicle, something you should always seek to do.

When a chip is repaired it restores the structural strength of the windscreen and disguises the chip so it’s less visible. Further, a windscreen repair will be sufficient for your vehicle to pass a Road Worthy Certificate.

No Fix No Fee

You have nothing to loose. Service 8® Auto Glass has a 99%+ success rate repairing windscreens to Road Worthy Standards. That’s why we offer our risk free policy. We’re so confident you’ll be happy with the result, if you’re not, it’s FREE. No call out fee, no charge. So let’s give it a go.

Finally, we repair only to Australian Standards. To find out more about the actual Australian Standards here is a link for both States of QLDNSW.

Questions & Answers

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More RTA Info

According to the Australian Roads Traffic Authority (RTA) NSW. You will require a windscreen replacement if it’s severely chipped, cracked, abraded, badly scratched or discolored.

The area of the windscreen in front of the driver extending across to the center of the vehicle (In other words, the drivers half of the windscreen) is only allowed to have two of the following defects.

  • A crack up to 30mm long (Size of a 50c coin).
  • A crack from the very edge of the windscreen no more than 75mm long. (Width of a large smartphone).
  • A Bulls eye windscreen chip no more than 16mm in diameter (Size of a 5c coin).
  • If the chip is anywhere else on the windscreen, the whole damage must be smaller than a 20c coin.