For mobile auto glass Blaine call All Auto Glass at 1-800-279-0185 and the mobile auto glass Blaine techs will come to you to take care of the crack or chip in your windshield—or sunroof.

Here’s something interesting most people never think about: sunroofs can shatter. It’s not a common occurrence, but it does happen for a number of reasons, and when it does, All Auto Glass can be counted on to repair/replace the glass. Mobile auto glass service is available in Blaine and the Twin Cities metro region.

In the news recently, in Cranbrook, B.C. (Canada), a young couple and their kids were driving along in their Hyundai Sante Fe Sport when all of the sudden, out of the blue, the sunroof “exploded.” They had their roof shield closed, which protected them from getting injured, but they were still shaken up, as you could imagine. Shards of glass ended up in the backseat.

You’d assume a rock hit the sunroof’s glass, right? Maybe it did or maybe it didn’t. The couple doesn’t think a rock hit their sunroof, and they’ve since discovered that other people have had exploding Sante Fe sunroofs in Canada, as well as throughout North America.

Hyundai has said that their sunroof on the Sante Fe is made of tempered glass, designed to break into small pieces upon impact or fracture.

The company hasn’t issued a recall, though Sante Fe owners are left wondering if it will happen to them, and if it will lead to injuries or even deaths.

Auto experts think sunroofs can shatter for a number of reasons, including the glass being too big for the frame, low quality glass, or the obvious: a rock hitting the sunroof.

Should your sunroof get a crack or chip in it, the mobile auto glass Blaine techs can come to your vehicle and fix the problem quickly. Don’t hesitate to get your sunroof repaired or replaced if you suspect it has any cracks in it—better safe than sorry.