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wants 2 dry hump chriscar
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bought the car.....clean windsheild. shortly after a crack in the lower left side formed. th car sat for about 2 weeks, took it out for a drive this evening spread the entire length on the windsheild, left to right. is it safe to drive till i get enough money in a few weeks to replace it?:confused:
 

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wants 2 dry hump chriscar
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it will hold up for a while watch for dickhead cops you can get a ticket for it.
i dont think i have to worry about that.......im on temp tags and havnt even inspected the car yet. really no way for them to ticket me on the cars condition
 

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Beware....THE BEAR!!
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i've driven cars with cracked windshields for years before, you'll be fine
 

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Christian Szell: Is it safe?... Is it safe?
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And yes, it is safe to drive with a cracked windshield, and legal in Texas, unless it actually obscures your vision. And that is a judgement call by the cops, however I've had one for years, horizontal, six inches above the dash, and two feet long. Below my vision, and never gotten a ticket for it, even when pulled over for other stuff.
 
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