Toyota is the most popular brand of car in Australia. in June 2021 alone Toyota sold 119,000 vehicles, miles ahead of their nearest competitor, Mazda, who sold around 60,000 vehicles. This means most Australians own a Toyota and repairers need to know how to repair and replace Toyota autoglass. Today we are going to discuss repairing and replacing Toyota windshields, as well as how much a Toyota windscreen replacement costs.
Who is Toyota?
Originally founded in 1937, Toyota has continued to contribute to the sustainable development of society and the planet through its business operations. Toyota Australia has helped cement their position as Australia’s leading automotive company. Cars greatly expand the freedom of mobility, Toyota also recognises they have an effect on society and the environment. With this in mind, Toyota carefully listens to their stakeholders as they continue to expand as a business. A business that works towards harmony with people, society, and the global environment.
Toyota continuously innovates in order to develop vehicles that meet the needs of the market both now and into the future. Their research focuses on vehicles powered by a range of alternative fuels and cars with the potential for automated driving. Meanwhile, Toyota continues to work towards vehicles that are safe for everyone. And that maintain the standards of durability and reliability that people expect from the Toyota brand.
Toyota Windscreen Repair
As we all know, a tiny rock or piece of gravel can cause a chip or crack. And this chip or crack can grow as you continue to drive over rough roads and speed bumps. If you end up in a car accident, damage to your windscreen can cause your airbag to not deploy properly, creating a safety risk for your vehicle.
Treating cracks in Toyota autoglass is the best way to avoid disaster and avoid the cost of a full windscreen replacement. Professional repairers, like Quality Fit Windscreens, have mobile services that can come to you, wherever you are. Our technicians can assess the damage done to your windscreen and recommend whether you need a windscreen repair or replacement. With Toyota’s wide range of cars and windscreen technology, you want to be sure you get the best repairs possible. That’s why you want professionals like Quality Fit Windscreens, who have extensive experience in repairing a wide range of Toyota models from the Tundra to the ever popular Corolla to the Tacoma, and many other Toyota models.
Quality Fit Windscreens can repair your windscreen no matter where you are. We can repair your glass quickly and professionally, ensuring you get back on the road as soon as possible.
Toyota Windscreen Replacement
A windscreen replacement is an expensive exercise. Car accidents are not the sole cause of all windscreens replacements. A broken windscreen can be caused when a small chip becomes a large, irreparable crack across the driver’s field of vision. Your damaged Toyota windscreen can cause a window to stop your airbag deploying properly and also prevent it safely shattering the way the glass is designed. We’ve all heard the phrase “a chip can turn into a crack”, but it’s true. Even a small chip can turn into an irreparable crack in no time.
If a crack forms over the driver’s field of vision, your Toyota is no longer roadworthy and you could be in for a huge fine not to mention your car is now incredibly unsafe. Not only does this crack reduce your vision of the road, it can cause serious injuries in a road accident.
No matter the reason for the windscreen replacement, Quality Fit Windscreens can come to you to replace your Toyota windscreen. Whether you’re at home, work, or out shopping, let us get you back on the road faster. Replacing your windscreen on a Toyota can cost anywhere between $300 and $2000+ depending on the type of windscreen glass being replaced, the quality of the glass, and the kind of technology embedded in the glass. Modern windscreens have a wide range of technology embedded in them that technicians need to take into account when replacing your windscreen and getting you back on the road faster. It is also a major part of your Toyota windscreen replacement cost.
Toyota Windscreen Technology
All too often people think that a car’s windshield is simply to protect the driver from dust, debris, and wind of the road. While this was true of early cars, modern windscreens are quickly changing. First came UV protective glass to protect the driver from UV rays. Then came rain sensing glass and wipers. Now windscreens come with the integration of cameras and other sensors in the windshield. This technology looks at the road with you. What was once a simple operation of replacing a pane of glass now requires complex diagnostics and calibration. Windscreen repair is no longer the trivial job people think it is. Drivers need expert repairers and technicians, like those at Quality Fit Windscreens, to ensure their safety on the road. As a result, this makes replacing Toyota windscreens cost more to replace than older windscreens.
Quality Fit Windscreens uses aftermarket and genuine Toyota glass to ensure you have the perfect windshield. If you have a Toyota that needs a windscreen repair or replacement, contact our team today for the advice, repairs and replacements in Melbourne. We can discuss with you your Toyota windscreen replacement cost.