Always Check Your Tires and Wiper Blades

For this blog post, I will discuss the importance of maintaining your tires and wipers. I will share to with you how to check on the tire pressure.

Important tips in caring for your tires

One of the important items of your vehicle are the tires. In order for you to get the most of your car tires, you need to have them rotated and balanced. Do this regularly or you can schedule it every 7,500 miles. This will help the tires last long and ensures that they wear evenly.

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Why is balancing the tires important? This is prevent any vibration at certain driving speeds. Also, a balanced tire will decrease the stress and strain by the steering parts. If you keep the tire pressures on a specific number, you will be stretching the tire life to its maximum capacity and also help with the fuel economy.

How to check tire pressure of your car?

Generally, every month, the tires lose up to 1 pound per square inch. It is best to check all your tires, your spare tire as well, every month or every time you plan to go on a long trip. Below are the steps to check on the tire pressure:

  1. First, you should have your own handy tire pressure gauge.
  2. Check if your tires are cold. You should do this check before you drive or 3 hours after you have driven your car.
  3. Read the air pressure gauge’s to know the correct usage of your device. Then, insert the tire pressure gauge to the valve stem of the tire.If you are using a digital one, the tire guage should be able to read the air pressure right away.
  4. Next, you will have to compare the result to the PSI found on the sticker in owner’s the manual. Important note: You should NOT compare to the measured PSI vs the PSI on the sidewall of your tire.
  5. If the result is above the number, let some air out until the two PSIs match. If the result is below the indicated PSI, you should add air until it reaches the correct value.

Remember that replacing a single tire is not advisable for it can have a negative effect on the suspension systems, gear ratios, transmissions, and on the tires itself. For best performance, it is best to replace all the car tires at the same time.

If it can’t be avoided, please make sure that the two new tires are the same size and type as your other tires.

Wipers to help you see clearly

Lastly, aside from the tires, you should also change your wiper blades every year. The Car Care Council suggests that you replace the wipers each spring every time you set your clock to Daylight Savings Time. If you live in an area where it’s colder, then, it is best to change it to winter blades during the fall season.

You don’t have to worry because the wipers are inexpensive, but it can ensure your safety. If you think it ain’t a helpful feature, just think about driving during heavy rains. You will need the wipers to clear the way, right?

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Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 3)

Now, you have reached the final post of this series. If you haven’t the first 2 parts, catch up on the Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 1) first.

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Filter the dirt out.

  • Aside from oil changes mentioned in Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 2), filters also play an important role. It should be part of any maintenance plan, and it should be regularly replaced.
  • The role of air and fuel filters is to prevent any dirt or grit from getting into your car’s engine. Over time, the filters will get dirty and and won’t be able to separate the dirt. Hence, more residue will clog up and block these filters.
  • Driveability problems arise from dirty air and fuel filters like having a rough idle. To have the best driving experience, make it a habit to replace the filters regular. Ideally, you should schedule a replacement of the air and fuel filters every 15,000 miles. However, if you frequently drive in dusty environments, you should replace them more often.
  • Another filter that gets ignored is the carbon canister filter. This is part of the emission control system, and it responsible in cleaning the incoming air. The canister is an essential part of the engine management system. So, a clogged canister will surely give you driveability and/or emissions problems.
  • For some cars, there is what you call a positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) filter. It will be the one to filter the air in order to make sure that clean air goes in the engine crankcase. Nowadays, cars don’t need this filter, but if your engine still has one, make sure to replace the PCV filter every 15,000 miles.
  • While were are on the topic of PCV, the PCV system has a valve, and it should be replaced regular as well. Every single time you install a new PCV filter, you should also replace the PCV valve.

Where is the spark?

  • Most ignition systems have been upgraded through the years, and many engines now don’t have distributors anymore. Instead, a Direct Ignition System is present to have one ignition coil on every spark plug, or share one ignition coil for two spark plugs.
  • However, if your car still has a distributor, it is best to replace the distributor cap, distributor rotor and ignition wires as per the recommendation of the automobile manufacturer.
  • Aside from that, the spark plugs should regularly changed too. Always use the spark plug that your manufacturer recommends. You will find this information under the hood. Remember, the recommended replacement should happen every 100,000 miles, but this rule doesn’t apply to all.

Belt basics

  • A critical part is of your engine is the timing belt, and usually, the replacement happens every 60,000 miles. Take note that NOT every engine uses a timing belt.
  • If your vehicle has one, it is extremely important to replace the timing belt before it breaks. If the timing belt breaks while your vehicle is running, it would mean serious engine damage.
  • Other than that, you should check on the engine drive belts every time you schedule for a change oil. You should look for cracked and/or frayed belts. Car parts such as the alternator, power steering pump and coolant pump are all dependent on the drive belts. If the belts break, then, it will trigger a domino effect, leaving your car unable to move.

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Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 2)

In Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 1), I have mentioned the importance of having a maintenance plan and taking care of the car’s engine. Today, I share more tips in protecting your most prized and silver car door handle

Keep it cool.

  • Cars nowadays easily get hotter than older models. With the advancement of automobile engineering, many manufacturers cut down on the weight in order to save space. However, the cooling system of the car needs to work double time. More work is needed on newer cars than the other models.
  • In order to make sure that your car won’t overheat, it is best to take care of the cooling system. A sure way to maintain it is replace the coolant and follow the recommendations of the automobile manufacturer.
  • For some vehicles, the coolants may be usable for a long time, but antifreeze quickly wears out. Take time to regularly replace the coolants. If you do this, the corrosion inhibitors are definitely going to work against scales and corrosion.  Hence, foreign elements won’t clog up the cooling system.

Replace the different fluids in the car.

  • If you’re wondering on the most neglected fluid, it has to be the brake fluid. However, you should not take for granted the brake fluid because it is the most important fluid in your car. It is not made of petroleum so it will be able to absorb moisture from the air. Once this happens, the hygroscopic quality decreases and it will affect the braking performance.
  • Next, you need to be on the lookout for any sludge build up. Over time, sludge will close off the valves in the antilock brake (ABS) units. This will mean more expensive repairs in the future.
  • Additionally, the sludge build up will cause the calipers and the cylinders to ooze, forcing you to do a replacement or repair. This is why car experts suggest that the brake fluid should be free from foreign substances. Moreover, have it changed periodically and strictly follow the recommendation of the car manufacturer.
  • Now, let’s move on to the transmission fluid. This has to replaced often to ensure the the car’s transmission in its best condition. Generally, manufacturers advise to change the transmission fluid every 100,000 miles.
  • Transmission failures are usually caused by the lack of maintenance. That’s why you should also schedule periodic maintenance aside from the transmission fluid change.
  • When you schedule your car maintenance, take note that the transmission replacement will be higher than the other fluid changes of your car. Plus, there are other filter changes to consider for the rest of your car’s life.
  • Lastly, there’s the power steering fluid. The power steering fluid is like the break fluid, which is often neglected. It also follows the same recommendation; the power steering fluid should be removed and refilled with new one.
  • A typical fluid change will make the differential last. If you own a four-wheel drive, you have to change the transfer case fluid too.

Next? Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 3)

Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 1)

Nowadays, cars are equipped with advanced technologies, having computer-controlled features. However, there are still things that do not change over time. There are car parts that need periodic maintenance.white vehicle engine bay

In this blog post, I will discuss the necessary tips to protect your today’s vehicles from the normal wear and tear. Are you ready to learn a thing or two about car maintenance? So, let’s start right away!

Car maintenance is extremely necessary.

  • For some cars, engineering may have extended to the life expectancy of the spark plugs, emissions and cooling systems to 100,000 miles. However, the rule for doing a periodic maintenance did NOT change.
  • The truth is, the longer the life expectancy, the more reason for you to stick with your  car maintenance schedule. Treat this with utmost importance especially if your vehicle is one of your biggest investments in life.
  • To best guard your vehicle and take advantage of its maximum capacity, you have to have a maintenance plan. First, you need to create one and strictly follow it.
  • How to do this? Simple… just read the maintenance tips stated on your owner’s manual. Inside your manual, you should be able to see car manufacturer’s recommended schedule for maintenance.
  • Take note that this written tips are based on the usual driving environment. However, some may be an exception to this rule especially if one drives on roads, which are bumpy and filled with potholes.
  • The manufacturer’s recommended schedule is just your basis for the maintenance. However, it is NOT the final say especially if you fit under the dusty and bumpy roads category mentioned above.
  • The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, commonly known as ASE , is an independent organization that strives to help in terms of vehicle repair and service especially with regards to vehicle maintenance. ASE provides recommendations on having your very own vehicle maintenance plan. Read more on: Don’t Scrimp on Vehicle Maintenance

The engine is central part of your vehicle.

  • The heart of it all is the car’s engine. If it malfunctions, the engine will be the most expensive to fix. Modern vehicle features may have remove a lot of routine works especially the thing we all call the “tune-up.”
  • This makes the newer brands of cars and trucks may appear cleaner and smoother than older models. To ensure the vehicle runs cleaner, the engine and all its parts should be operating as intended to avoid  driveability and other technical issues in the future.
  • Car experts and professional technicians unanimously agree that regular oil and filter changes are essential. For you to add more miles to your car this is an important step that should NOT skip.
  • Auto manufacturers usually recommend to do oil and filter changes every 7,500 miles or six months, whichever comes first. Remember, this rule applies to the usual driving conditions. So, the repair technicians recommend the changes to occur every 3,000 miles or three months.
  • When you regularly change the oil and filters, this ensures that your engine will be clean. It will avoid any instances of sludge and gunk buildup.

Next? Tips in Safeguarding Your Auto Investment (Part 2)


All You Need to Know About Car Alarms

In Things to Install in Your Car to Prevent Theft, I have mentioned that you can either install an alarm system or a GPS tracker. Car alarms are important if you need to an extra layer of protection for your precious vehicle.

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However, there are terms you need to know before buying an alarm. In this blog post, I will share 5 terms that you should know about car alarms.

Active Alarms

When you say active alarms, this refers to the car alarm(s) the driver activates when he steps out of the car. Generally, the alarm is activated when the driver locks the car, and  a low chirp will sound to notify the driver the alarm is set. After this, if anyone attempts to open the door without the key or remote, a louder sound will be triggered from the vehicle.

Visible Alarms

Aside from the blaring sounds you can install, you can also set up visible alarms. When someone tries to tamper with the vehicle, an obvious LED light will be flashing to attract attention of passersby.

Usually, this visible light is placed on the dashboard near the windshield. It is installed on a strategic location in order for it to be noticeable to those outside of the car. This alarm should be able to scare away the potential thieves lurking around. Surely, they will panic knowing that the flashing lights will give them unwanted attention.


Once the car’s triggers are activated, you can only turn this alarm when you insert the car key in the locked doors or in the ignition.

To deactivate, just place the key on the driver’s door. Take note that other alarm systems are triggered when there are any open doors or open trunk. If this happens, don’t immediately panic. Check all the entry points of your vehicle and securely lock them.

Additional Features

Car alarm will generally allow you to customize your alarms and will give you the liberty to equip additional features to the alarm system. Some of these options will include glass break sensors, impact sensors and many other sensors that will detect any movement near the car or on the car itself. To know more about this, please read my post on Tips in Choosing an Alarm for Your Car.


If you choose to add more sophisticated alarm systems, these car alarms can even send alerts to the owner. There will be a text message or a notification alert will be sent to the owner’s mobile phone.

This is particularly helpful when you park your cars longer away from your home or office. It can useful when you live in a huge neighborhood and all the cars are parked on the basement or on a designated place.

Undeniably, our cars are part of our daily routines, and it can help us to get to point B from point A. Hence, it is important to secure all our cars from any potential damage. If in any case your car is involved in a burglary, have it checked at  A + Plus Auto Glass.

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Tips in Choosing an Alarm for Your Car (Part 2)

In Tips in Choosing an Alarm for Your Car (Part 1), I started the discussion on car alarm tips. Now, for this post, I will share more tips for you in order to select the best car alarm that suits your needs.

Customize your alarm options

After choosing between a one-way or a two-way alarm, you can customize the alarm to what you want. What do you want installed on your alarm system? Remember, these extra features will not be free. Adding more options will mean higher costs.

Do you want to have a remote start function? 

If you wish to have an alarm with remote starter feature, this will be more expensive than the average alarm.

Pro Tip: Before you buy an alarm, decide whether you will want a remote start. You will save more if you combine installing an alarm and having a remote start. Buying each separately will cost you even more!

Do you want power door locks?

You might think that an alarm system comes with a power door locks on the remote. The truth is that you can have an alarm without the power to unlock and lock doors.

If you opt out from this, you will not be able to lock or unlock the car doors through the use of the alarm remote.

Do you want to add an option to open the trunk? 

If you want more than just opening your doors, you can choose to open the trunk with the alarm remote. You can add a power trunk feature together with with the alarm system installation.

Do you want a proximity sensor installed?

A proximity sensor will warn people if they go near your vehicle. If someone comes too close, then, a chirp will alert. This sound is different from the blaring alarm sound. Also, this chirp will also warn you about any obstacles found on the front and rear of your vehicle.

Do you want to install an impact sensor?

An impact sensor will trigger an alarm if your vehicle is hit by something or someone. If the alarm is active, there will be a warning sound to alarm sound to frighten any carjackers lurking around.

Pro Tip: Just to let you know that impact sensors can too sensitive. It may be triggered by a mere gust of the wind or even by the frequencies from the stereo. Please do your own research if you are considering installing an impact sensor in your car.

Pick a dependable brand of alarm system

You can choose from the popular brands out there.

Choose a reputable brand that is chosen by many. This ensures that you are getting an alarm system that is recognized and trusted.

Select an alarm system that you can easily take to a service center.

It is not only the popularity that matters. In fact, you also need to choose an alarm system that can easily be replaced. You have to make sure that there are available replacement parts near you.

Even though these things barely malfunction,  it is still best to consider the service centers in case there will be a glitch or in case you need to repair the remote. Find out the local dealers in your area.

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Tips in Choosing an Alarm for Your Car (Part 1)

Generally, when you install a car alarm system, this is all connected to the door locks. When you lock the car doors with the alarm remote, the alarm is NOW active. If anyone tries to open any of your doors, a loud sound will start will reverberate from the car. The audible noise will ONLY halt if you unlock the car with the alarm remote. Here are a few ways to choose a car alarm:

Will you get a one-way or a two-way alarm?

A one-way system will only send unilateral prompts from the alarm remote to the vehicle. Meanwhile, a two-way system, as the name suggests, is a two-sided communication between the vehicle and the remote.

Usually, the two-way systems come with a variety of settings. In fact, some remotes have an LCD screen that will show your car’s status. Aside from the sounds and tones it has, the remote will display if a certain command was received by the alarm system. For the more expensive alarms, you can even receive notifications straight to your phone.

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  • What are you trying to achieve? Know the purpose behind purchasing an alarm system.
  • If you simply want an additional layer of protection, then, a one-way alarm will give you just that. It will give an extra security if in any case someone will try to steal your vehicle.
  • However, if you notice a high number of auto thefts in your area, a two-way system will be able to notify you about your car’s status.
  • Test the range of your alarm system.
  • You have to consider that alarm systems will only work properly in a close range. Since an alarm operates on radio frequency, there will be inconsistencies especially over long distances.
  • For instance, if you live in an apartment building and your car is on the basement parking lot, you will not be able to reach your car using the remote. If you have a garage beside your house, then, communication with your car will be easy. So, be sure to check the range of the alarm system before buying one.
  • Pro tip: High-end car alarms can reach up to a distance of 3 miles from the remote. Though there will still an interference, a 3-mile range is pretty far.
  • Do you want an extra layer of protection? Are there specific items you want to protect?
  • In a situation where you leave important items – laptop, phone, and other work peripherals – in your car, you are in a high-risk situation. There will be a greater chance of car theft and/or burglary.
  • A more sophisticated alarm will put your mind at ease. You might want to invest in a two-way alarm system to ensure the safety of your vehicle and the items stored in it.
  • Do you want to receive notifications on your mobile phone?
  • If you wish to receive notifications on your phone, then, a two-way alarm is best for you. Even if you are out of town, you can still check on your car. You can send commands from your mobile phone even if you are in a different country.
  • Remember, two-way alarm with mobile phone monitoring capabilities will have more expensive fees.

Next? Tips in Choosing an Alarm for Your Car (Part 2)

Things to Install in Your Car to Prevent Theft

In 5 Tips to Prevent Your Car from Getting Stolen, I shared practical tips to protect your car. For this post, I will specifically discuss things that you can install to prevent car and black car with blue ball on top

Depending on your budget, there are several options you can choose. For instance, you can opt to install alarm system, you can also choose to immobilize the steering wheel, or install a GPS tracker.

Get an alarm system.

One thing you can install in your vehicle is to get an alarm system. It will NOT just create a loud noise once someone tries to break into your car, but it will ward off criminals because of the blinking lights. More on: All You Need to Know About Car Alarms

Pro Tip:

Place an alarm sticker that will warn car thieves that your vehicle is protected. Having this on your windows, they will surely think twice before carjacking your vehicle. Be sure the sticker is visible and noticeable for everyone to see. You may put it on your windows or your windshield.

Choose your alarm.

There are several car alarms to choose from depending on how much you would want to spend.  Here are your choices:

  • Passive car alarms are always active when your car is locked. Unless you use the proper key for your car, the alarm is always on. The downside to a passive alarm is that you can’t choose what features to activate.
  • Meanwhile, for active car alarms, you have the option to choose. You can customize the active car alarm, and turn other features off, changing the settings to your preference.

Pro Tip:

Also, you need to choose on whether you prefer a silent or audible alarm. Silent alarms will only inform the vehicle owner of a potential break-in, but an audible alarm will make noise so that everyone near it will know that someone is trying to break-in.

Install a GPS tracker.

Another system you can install in your vehicle is a GPS tracking service. This high-tech device can even notify the law enforcement offices if ever a vehicle is stolen. The authorities can use the GPS data and retrieve the vehicle from its current location. Yes, having a third-party GPS tracker will cost you money, but it will surely a helpful tool in retrieving your car quickly.

Browse the different GPS tracking services. First, you have to shop around because, for sure, there are a lot of options on what GPS tracker to use. Be sure to choose one that suits your own needs.

You can choose a tracking service that enables you to integrate the tracker to your phone through an app. This way, you can always keep tabs on the location of your vehicle.

Pro Tip:

In cars, nowadays, it common to have a GPS tracking device pre-installed. So, better check if the car you own already has an existing GPS tracker. This will help you avoid unnecessary expenses.

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Trouble Shooting Basic Car Problems

In Troubleshooting the Issues on Your Vehicle (Part 2), I started discussing the problems you can feel on your car. In this post, I will talk about more car problems that will definitely “feel” like trouble. Also, I will touch on the topic on troubleshooting basic problems on your vehicle. So, are you ready? Let’s start!

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The breaks could problems, and you should immediately schedule repair if you notice:

  • The car goes to one side when you apply the breaks.
  • The brake pedal reaches the floorboard when pressure is applied.
  • Your notice a scraping or grinding sound when braking.
  • Brake light is lit and shows a clue on the instrument panel.

Handling Problems

  • If shock absorbers are worn or if you have under-inflated tires, you could have maneuvering problems. Hence, leading to poor cornering. Know that there are NO test to check the shock absorbers. However, if you want to check, try to bounce the car up and down hard and immediately let go. Notice the number of times your car bounces. Once your shock absorbers needs replacement, the car will bounce 2x or even more.
  • Next, the springs do not often need replacements. You only need to do this when the vehicle is lopsided, meaning one side is lower than the others. One thing that can contribute to the damage of the springs is when you overload your vehicle.
  • Finally, when your tires are unbalanced, this make your car vibrate and damage steering and suspension parts. It is always best to balance all your tires.

Engine Problems

If you experience any of the following, you should schedule a car repair immediately.

  • You have problems starting your car.
  • The dashboard panels indicates that you should check engine.
  • You experience poor acceleration.
  • Excessive oil is used, meaning your vehicle uses more than a quart in between oil changes.
  • After the key is removed, the car’s engine still runs.

Transmission Problems

Remember, transmission problems are expensive to repair. So, let your mechanic check the basic components first. Here are some of the clues of having transmission problems:

  • When accelerating, the engine accelerates, but the car doesn’t.
  • Hard shifts when you switch gears.
  • Delayed response when you go from neutral to drive, or from neutral to reverse.
  • Cannot shift gears during acceleration.

Trouble Shooting

Car problems do not mean that you need to spend tons of money. You can consult a trusted mechanic and help you with these common car troubles.

  • Alternator — This could hint that there’s a loose so you should ask the technician to check if there are loose connections before you decide to change the alternator.
  • Battery — No need to change the battery immediately because this could be just loose battery terminals. Ask the technician to clean the battery terminals and test the battery before you buy a new battery for your car.
  • Starter — Before your  repair the starter, this could just be loose connections. So, tell the technician to secure all connections and check the battery.

Whether you experience a slight or huge car trouble, it is best to ask an expert. At A + Plus Auto Glass, for every replacement and repair, our dependable technicians only uses O.E.M. products. A + Plus Auto Glass is a BBB accredited business, and is a known auto glass repair shop in Arizona. You may call (623) 218-6844 to schedule repairs.

Troubleshooting the Issues on Your Vehicle (Part 2)

In Troubleshooting the Issues on Your Vehicle (Part 1), I have previously discussed some visible car problems and odor problems. Today, I will continue and explore problems relating to the sound and the feel of your vehicle.

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A Problem You Can Hear

Do you often hear sounds when you are driving? Are there obvious squeaking sounds, rattle sounds, rumbling noise, and other disturbing sounds? These sounds may be pointing to certain problems that you need to address ASAP.

Below, I will list down some of the common noises you hear on your vehicle.

  • When your hear a squeal or sharp noise, this typical points to a damaged or loose power steering, or air conditioning belt.
  • If it’s a clicking sound, this will be about a loose wheel cover, or a loose fan blade. Also, this could mean a stuck valve lifter or it could mean your engine oil is low.
  • Once you hear a screech or a high-pitched noise, this means that the breaks are worn. Check the brake wear if it is hinting any sign of wear and tear especially the sound is obvious when the vehicle is moving. If it’s a piercing sound, you may need to schedule for a car maintenance soon.
  • When there’s a rumbling sound, this could be a damaged exhaust pipe,  or muffler. It could also be a worn universal joint or other related factors.
  • If it sounds like a constant tapping, this means that you are using a gas with a lower octane rating. You better double check on what’s recommended on your owner’s manual. Check the engine ignition timing if the problem continues to occur.
  • Once you notice a heavy knock that’s pounding, this could be a worn crankshaft, rod bearings, or a loose torque converter.
  • Lastly, if you hear a clunking noise, check the exhaust pipe or muffler if it is loose. Another culprit could a be a loose shock absorber.

A Problem You Can Feel

Next, once you notice a difficulty in handling your car, it could be a serous problem. When you feel like having a rough ride, or feel a vibration, it could point to several problems.

As for steering problems, it could manifest when you notice the following:

  • Your front wheels are misaligned and steering components have problems navigating a straight line. The idler or ball joint is wandering elsewhere.
  • If your car has a tendency to steer to the left or right or something might be pulling it to a certain direction, this could mean a damaged or misaligned front end. This could also be because of under-inflated tires.

Problems on your car will emerge through some odor, sound, or something visible. Do not delay persistent problems because it may compromise your safety in the fuure. At A + Plus Auto Glass, you are guaranteed that all car repairs are safe and secure because A + Plus Auto Glass only uses O.E.M. products.

If you need an auto glass replacement in Arizona, A + Plus Auto Glass is the right place to have your car repaired.