Windscreen repair and replacement in Nairobi Kenya done on the spot
Have your windscreen fixed or replaced by a dedicated professional from Bestcare Services today and enjoy utilizing your auto-mobile with ease in Kenya. We are the best at what we do and quality of service is guaranteed
Have your auto glass repair or replacement done in 4 easy steps
- Book windscreen repair and replacement services via call on 0722566999
- A technician will come to repair or replace it
- All broken glass will be collected and disposed
Why have your windscreen repaired or replaced by qualified technicians?
Mobile windscreen repair or replacement for all types of vehicles, including cars, vans, trucks, buses, coach fleets, and even agricultural machinery. The technicians can even repair older cars and vintage models. Also, please keep in mind that chips in the rear and side windows can’t be fixed so the whole glass has to be replaced.
The Nairobi Kenya windscreen repair service is provided by highly skilled and dedicated technicians who have extensive experience in repairing all kinds of windscreen chips, cracks and scratches, so your vehicle will be dealt with utmost care.
Reliable service for any vehicle
All our windscreen technicians are certified and work only with OEM compliant sealants and glass, so your repaired windscreen would be indistinguishable from new. Also, glass suppliers are ISO-registered companies. In other words, you can rest assured that the windscreen replacement service will be made according to the latest industry standards.
Comparing Windscreen Replacement vs. Repair
- A windscreen that is chipped should be fixed as soon as possible. Otherwise, the damage might become too great and the entire glass will have to be replaced.
- It is much cheaper, quicker and easier to have your chipped windscreen fixed than have it completely replaced.
- A damaged windscreen can reduce your visibility while you are on the road and you could fail your MOT.
- According to the latest regulations, chips and cracks bigger than 10mm will cause your car to fail its MOT if they’re in the Zone A area.
- Replacement of the entire windscreen is not the best option because the factory seal on it can’t be replicated.
- If your insurance covers the costs you may not end up paying anything.
- When should the entire windscreen be replaced?
- When the structural integrity of the glass has been compromised.
- If there are chips and cracks along the edge of the glass.
- When the sweep area of the glass has been damaged and can affect the driver’s view.
Ministry of Transport Requirements for Cars and Larger Vehicles
Safety on the road is a top priority. That is why even the slightest crack on the windscreen might be the reason for a failed MOT. So if you are having your vehicle checked and it fails, there is no need to wonder “Is there a windscreen repair near me?” You can book this service and a pro will come to the location to fix the problem so you can pass the MOT. Also, keep in mind that there are different regulations for the various types of vehicles. For easy reference, you can repair cracks up to the following sizes:
- Zone A: Damage within a circle of 10 mm
- Zone B: Damage within a circle of 15 mm
- Zone C: Damage within a circle of 25 mm
- Zone D: Damage within a circle of 40 mm
On HGV’s and coaches with more than 8 seats, cracks up to 150mm/15cm in length could be repaired if they do not extend from edge to edge of the windscreen.
What are the different rules for windscreens of various vehicles?
HGV vehicles (like lorries and trucks) require special care. Due to the larger size of their windscreens, there are different zones where cracks and chips can occur. For instance, the areas that not in the driver’s line of vision, are generally referred to as Zone B. Damages in this zone are not considered a major risk, so they can be repaired and replacing the whole glass can be avoided. On the other hand, damages that fall in the driver’s line of vision are in what is known as the Zone A. And this means that the entire windscreen should be replaced.