IC Bus Windshield Replacement & Repair (Navistar)
We are located in Southern California and can replace and/or repair IC Bus windshields, windows and glass in most Southern California cities. We can travel to your bus or fleet of buses. Please call (714) 323-2672 to request a free quote or to schedule an appointment.
Models We Service
We can replace and repair windshields (as well as windows and glass) on both IC school buses and commercial buses.
|AE Series||CE300||RE Series|
|AC Series||FE Series||RE200|
|BE200||HC Series||TC Series|
|CE Series||LC Series|
Note: IC or Integrated Coach buses are owned by Navistar International. Prior to the Navistar acquisition, IC Bus was AmTram (American Transportation Corporation). We can repair and or replace windows, glass and windshields on Navistar and AmTram buses as well.
Glass Repair & Other Services
At Alfa Auto Glass we can repair and replace anything glass on IC buses. This includes the following:
- Driver side windshield
- Passenger side windshield
- Entry door glass
- Driver side window
- Rear window
- Passenger windows
- Window and windshield frames
Alfa Auto Glass accepts payments from insurance companies if glass and windshield repair/replacement is covered by the policy. You may have to pay the deductible and you can always call your insurance company to find out the terms. We work with insurance companies every day, and we’ll make the process easy for you.
Bus Coach Lines and Companies
If you own, operate or manage a bus company that uses IC buses and would like to have Alfa Auto Glass available for regular glass service, please reach out to us using the contact form on this page.
IC Bus Commitment To Visibility
One thing we really like about IC Bus is that they take windshields seriously. We haven’t come across another bus manufacturer that cares this much about windshields. The main reason why IC cares is that bus drivers need to be able to see students and pedestrians crossing the street. IC uses windshields that do not distort vision and don’t require framing that can get in the way of the driver’s ability to see everything in front and around them.