City Auto Glass

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City Auto Glass
City Auto Glass is listed in the Windshield Repair category in Duluth, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for City Auto Glass which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of City Auto Glass on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

City Auto Glass offers Windshield Repair services in Duluth MN.

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City Auto Glass has an overall ZapScore of 84. This means that City Auto Glass has a higher ZapScore than 84% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Duluth, Minnesota is 44 and in the category is 63. Learn more about ZapScore.

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More and more vehicles are coming equipped with Advanced Driver Assist Systems. We have you covered when these systems need to be calibrated following windshield replacement to be certain that they function as designed. Watch this video to learn more about these important safety features.

It was a busy week for insurance agents after all the storms! Remember that if you need any Auto Glass repair, you can call us to schedule and we will work directly with your agent to make the claim. How easy is that?! (Answer: very easy).

City Auto Glass shared City Auto Glass Walleye Classic's post.
Thanks to everyone who participated in our 12th Annual City Auto Glass Walleye Classic! A great time to fish and raise money for the City Auto Glass Foundation. And a big thank you to our many sponsors!
Lots of boats and anglers!



@JLEYK Pretty much just squatting on the handle until there's a compelling reason for us to utilize Twitter. Sit tight about 18½ more years.

A few surprises!
Here today, gone tomorrow. That idiom dates back to the 16th Century and comes from John Calvin’s Life and Conversion of a Christian Man (1549). Originally written to lament the limited lifespan of us humans, it could just as well apply to our automobiles, some of which overstay their welcomes on de


@TechButton Thanks Kyle! We're delighted to hear that you had a great experience!


@DrewMoorhouse @klmeyer05 Whoo hoo love hearing from happy customers! Enjoy your new windshield!


RT @VZWKaren: 70% of small business owners find #tech important to the success of their business vz.to/1gKW2Av


@kristosween Love the selfie! Enjoy the new clean glass :)