Auto Glass Insurance Program

Windshield Replacement no fault insurance claimScottsdale Auto Glass accepts all insurance companies pricing arrangements so that there will never be any out of pocket expenses for you. We are accepted and approved by all insurance companies including: State Farm, Farmers,  Progressive, USAA, Liberty Mutual, Esurance, Hartford and Nationwide. If you carry a $0 deductible glass waiver on your comprehensive insurance policy we will give you $50 Cash Back (at time of service) just for using Scottsdale Auto Glass Replacement.  In addition, for your security we will provide you with a lifetime warranty that is good throughout the nation.


What will my insurance company ask when filing a auto glass insurance claim?

What is the policyholders name? (The person listed on the insurance card) Some insurance companies will only take the claim from the policyholder listed.

What is your insurance policy number? Please note: Some insurance companies (State Farm) have different policy numbers for each vehicle.

What piece of glass got damages on your car? (Windshield, Door Glass, Vent Glass, Quarter Glass, Back Glass)

Was there any other damages besides just glass? Please note: if the answer is yes, you may be required to pay your comprehensive deductible.

Was anyone hurt as a result of this damage?

Was there a claim filed with your insurance company prior to this notice? If you only spoke to your agent and no other damage occurred then there will be no claim number so the answer is no.

When did the damage occur? Please note: Your insurance company cannot pick the date for you. If you don’t know the date exactly, pick a time when you expect the damage could have occurred, when you first noticed it, or the date the break spread. Make sure you had coverage on this date. Also note: If you pick a date in the past (6 months or longer) your insurance company may have to archive the information and it may delay your claim.

In what state did the damage occur?

Is the damaged area on the automobile windshield larger than 6 inches? Please note: if the answer is yes, your insurance company will ask that you have the windshield repaired versus replaced. It is still unclear who has the final say; You the Policyholder, Insurance Company, Arizona Department of Transportation, or the Auto Glass Repair Facility. Also note; that some insurance companies require random inspections before the auto glass repair facility receives authorization to do the windshield replacement.