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Autoglass offers overseas vehicle windscreen repair

FLEET drivers taking their company cars overseas have no need to worry if they need a new windscreen or side glass. Autoglass' fleet customers who suffer a damaged windscreen or broken glass when on the Continent can freephone the European network offices of the glass replacement specialist and talk to an English-speaking operator.

In addition, the driver only has to pay the insurance excess in the local currency - Autoglass will bill the fleet's insurance company directly in the UK at cheaper UK prices.

Autoglass has advised drivers to take special precautions against car crime while driving overseas, recommending they never leave valuables in the car, fit an alarm or immobiliser, always lock the car - even at the petrol station - and always park in a visible, well lit spot. And if the car is broken into, drivers must report it to the local police to cover their insurance claim.

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