You're driving down Empress Street here in Winnipeg, and you hear a loud thunk on your windshield.
Groan. You know what that could mean for your car and wallet.
It could be pea gravel coming from uncovered construction trucks or random debris kicked up by passing cars. And you don't have to be driving down Manitoba's worst road for it to happen.
Once you inspect the car glass, your inevitable first question is whether you can repair any damage or if you have to replace the windshield. The answer depends on the size, depth, and location of the damage. Read on to learn what to do.