Today’s cars last longer than ever. The average car on America’s roads is now 12.2 years old, but they’re also more complex and more expensive to repair. Windshield replacement, for example, is a reasonably affordable repair when windshields are simple glass. But some of today’s windshields, embedded with rain sensors and reflectors for head-up displays, can cost more than $1,500 to repair. That is, if a dealership has the parts and labor to repair it.
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