Nevada Windshield Service Cost Factors
How much it costs to service your car's windshield or other broken car windows in Nevada depends on the following variables:
- Your vehicle's make, model and year manufactured
- The size, depth and expanse of the glass damage
- The location of the damage on your vehicle's window
- Which piece of glass is damaged
- Any special technology in your windshield, such as heating, HUD or object sensors
- Whether your auto glass needs to be full-on replaced or simply repaired
- What your car insurance policy looks like
- Whether or not Nevada law requires car insurance companies to waive your windshield repair costs
Current Nevada Auto Glass Repair Facts & Stats
Curious about auto glass repair quote statistics for Nevada? We’ve compiled these from our current quote data at Glass.Net. You can find this in the tables below.
Quotes in the last 30 days
2015 Nissan Altima 4 Door Sedan
Most popular makes in the region
- - Toyota
- - Ford
- - Chevrolet
- - Nissan
- - Honda
- - Hyundai
- - Jeep
- - Dodge
- - Lexus
- - Volkswagen
Most popular models
- - Honda Civic
- - Nissan Altima
- - Toyota Corolla
- - Toyota Camry
- - Honda Accord
- - Toyota Tacoma Pickup
- - Hyundai Elantra
- - Jeep Wrangler
- - Ford Mustang
- - Volkswagen Jetta
Most popular luxury brands
- - Lexus
- - BMW
- - Mercedes Benz
- - Audi
- - Acura
- - Cadillac
- - Infiniti
- - Jaguar
- - Porsche
- - Volvo
How much does it cost to replace a windshield in the state of Nevada?
In Nevada, the overall average cost of windshield replacements for large vehicles typically range from $278.61, and for small to mid-size vehicles they range from $274.38.
No matter the vehicle size, fully replacing a windshield will likely cost anywhere from $169.56 to $848.12 in Nevada, which takes into account the full spectrum of values we have in our database for all Nevada quotes.
How much does it cost to repair a windshield in Nevada?
In Nevada, repairing up to three chips or a small crack less than 6" can cost between $80 and $150.
How much does it cost to replace your side window in the state of Nevada?
A side window replacement in Nevada would typically range from $164.78 to $675.50 for a standard side door glass window, though it's also dependent on the same factors listed above.
How much does it cost to replace the rear window in the state of Nevada?
This type of a glass replacement will range between $169.18 to $1260.29 in Nevada, excluding taxes and fees. This is also dependent on the type of vehicle, type of glass and whether it has additional features such as built-in defrost strips, built in windshield wiper or any other features that affect its installation.