Q: Windshield chips

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I brought a 2014 Ford escape from Taylor Volkswagen of Findlay.there over 1,000 Stone chips in my windshield.when the sun out in the morning.you can see it the Best

My car has 66454 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. If there are that many chips in the window then the previous owner obviously did a lot of highway driving. The Ford Escape sits low and tends to take a lot of debris into the windshield due to its design. You will need to have the windshield replaced to get rid of these.

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