Connect with local, quality auto glass shops and mobile technicians near you in Arkansas by using myWindshield. Our online network of over 300 windshield repair shops across the United States continues to grow every week with more qualified auto glass technicians that can perform front and rear windshield and side glass repairs and replacement for your car, truck, van, or SUV.
Have a look at some of our member partners in Arkansas below and get in touch with them to request a quote. Depending on the service you need, many auto glass repair shops will ask you to drive your vehicle into the shop but some will come out to you, whether you’re at home or at work. You can also request same-day or next-day service for more urgent callouts.
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location_on Sentinel Glass - 101 Hillwood Street, Hot Springs, Arkansas
How much will it cost?
Want to know how much auto glass repair or replacement will cost you in the great state of Arkansas? Well, it depends. How old is your vehicle? What is the make & model? How severe is the damage, and will replacement be necessary or can it be avoided with professional repairs?
The cost of auto glass services in Arkansas is a little higher than the national average. The average cost is about $200 in Arkansas, with upper and lower ranges at about $175-250. To get a transparent, accurate quote from a local auto glass shop near you, click on “GET A QUOTE” above. You'll receive one or more free, no-obligation quotes, so choose whichever auto glass technician you like from our partners on myWindshield.
Windshield repair in Arkansas
All it takes is a stray piece of gravel kicked up from a semi-trailer to end up with a cracked or chipped windshield. Small cracks and rock chips aren't much to worry about at the moment, but neglecting to have them patched up and repaired will only make the problem worse as time goes on.
Over time, small cracks will only spread as your vehicle experiences vibration, potentially leaving you with cracks that extend to the edges of the windshield or spreading out into a spiderweb crack. At that point, the only option is to have it completely replaced, which can be much more costly than if you would have had it repaired earlier on.
It's better to have your windshield looked at sooner rather than later, not only because it tends to cost quite a bit less, but the entire process nowadays is relatively quick and easy. Auto glass technicians inject a resin compound into the crack, heat it up so that it fills up any void space and forms an airtight bond, then cure it under a UV light. The end result is a safe and durable windshield with no more risks of spreading cracks.
myWindshield makes it quick and easy to find reputable, local auto glass shops anywhere you find yourself in Arkansas. Just click on “GET A QUOTE” and contact a nearby shop for professional auto glass services.
Windshield laws and regulations in Arkansas (AR)
Laws and regulations in Arkansas require that:
- Windshield manufacturing: all windshields on vehicles in Arkansas must be constructed with safety glass in order to prevent shattering in the event of a collision.
- Windshield wipers: every vehicle in Arkansas with a windshield must also be equipped with working, driver-controlled windshield wipers to wipe away rain, snow, or moisture from the vehicle's windshield.
- Tinted windows and windshields: only non-reflective tint can be applied to windshields in Arkansas, and only the top five inches can be tinted. Any aftermarket tint that has been installed must also carry the installer's name, phone number, and a badge certifying that the tint meets state window tint regulations on a clearly-displayed sticker.
- Windshields are free of rock chips or cracks: there is no state legislation in Arkansas regarding the maximum permissible size of cracks or rock chips on windshields, but federal regulations apply. These include a maximum rock chip size of ¾ inches no closer than 3 inches away from other cracks or chips, no intersecting cracks or chips, and no damage to the windshield in the visible area directly ahead of the driver.
- GPS devices and smartphones: these devices are not permitted to be mounted on the windshield in Arkansas.
There are no specific statewide fine amounts in Arkansas pertaining to violations of windshield laws and regulations, but rather each individual county may have their own maximum permissible fine amounts. Law enforcement reserves the discretion to issue fines and citations on what they believe to be violations of these laws, so instead of taking your chances by driving around with a cracked windshield, get it fixed today by using myWindshield.
Affordable auto glass repair and replacement in Arkansas (AR)
From Pulaski County to Jefferson County, Little Rock to Texarkana, you can rely on the reputable auto glass shops found right here on myWindshield. Request a quote today and get back on the road safe and sound with quality windshield repair and replacement services from our partners.
We have auto glass shops and mobile technicians covering most towns and cities in Arkansas (AR)
- location_on Little Rock
- location_on Fort Smith
- location_on Fayetteville
- location_on Springdale
- location_on Jonesboro
- location_on Rogers
- location_on Conway
- location_on North Little Rock
- location_on Bentonville
- location_on Pine Bluff
- location_on Hot Springs
- location_on Benton
- location_on Sherwood
- location_on Texarkana
- location_on Russellville
- location_on Paragould
- location_on Bella Vista
- location_on Jacksonville
- location_on Cabot
- location_on West Memphis