The insurance actually worked

While coming home from Brindejon Farm, my car got struck by a large pebble on the highway.  Nasty sharp sound, the damage only became apparent the next day.  We had a crack in the windshield and it kept growing.  Bob tried to stop it with both a dremmel (creating smooth hole) and using superglue on the crack itself.  But neither worked well.  Every time we went over a bump, the crack got longer.  And there are 21 speedbumps at the high school.

Bob called Geico and asked about windshield replacement.  Once they learned the crack was longer than 6 inches (it was about 26 inches and growing at this point), everything became easy.  Only a 50 dollar copay and they arranged for someone to come to our house to fix it.  So in less than 24 hours after we called, the windshield has been replaced.  I am very pleased.

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Author: Heres to ART not Cockroaches

Welcome to my life. My life as a mom is changing as the kids grow up, leave home, and build their own lives. This gives me a chance to rebuild myself as an artist, develop a spiritual path, and most fun of all, start going out on dates with my husband. Come here the stories about the small things in life that can make one very happy. Dogs running on a beach, great breakfast dates, kids and their adventures, and my own adventures in this wacky life. I'll share some of my progress in learning art while juggling a full time job as an engineer. And best of all, it's a chance for me to practice writing stories while keeping in touch with my kids. I look forward to hearing from you. Comments, thoughts, and invitations to meet for coffee are all welcomed. Enjoy the stories.

One thought on “The insurance actually worked”

  1. It’s good to hear about positive experiences with services that we pay for. Glad everyone is safe and the damage was no greater.

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