The service will be available by the end of this year.
Windscreen repair, which should take no longer than 30 minutes, is cheaper and more environmentally-friendly. Liquid acrylic is injected into damaged glass and cured by long-wave ultraviolet light.
“The launch of a windscreen repair service adds another piece to our ever-expanding vehicle service, maintenance and repair portfolio.
We can help keep vehicle downtime to an absolute minimum", Mike Wise, head of Kwik-Fit Fleet, said.
“We can also arrange for all business transactions to be invoiced together, which simplifies administration for our customers.”
The automotive glass market is worth £310 million a year. Approximately 2.8 million jobs are carried out, with an average value of £121. The average cost of a windscreen repair is £50.
Most of the repairs will be done via insurance companies and Kwik-Fit will be making referrals to RAC Autowindscreens. Fleet vehicles are expected to account for about 15% of the work.