Sportsmobile is a unique RV / Camper maker that takes conventional vans from major manufactures and creates truly unique conversion vans for the adventurer at heart.

If you own a Sportsmobile and are in need of a new windshield – give us a call at (714) 323-2672 for a free quote today. We service all of Southern California.

Sportsmobile Models We Can Service

  • Chevy
  • Dodge Promaster
  • Ford Transit
  • Mercedes Sprinter
  • Sportsmobile Classic 4×4

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We’re a 100% mobile service

Our technicians can travel to your home or office and replace your windshield without you having to come to us. We can even do windshield crack and chip repairs.

How long does it take?

It depends on your model, but it usually takes one to two hours to complete the windshield replacement.

Will my insurance cover the cost?

It depends on the terms of your insurance policy. Give your insurance agent a call and ask them if your policy covers windshield replacement. Sometimes you will have to pay your deductible. Regardless, we’ll make it easy for you and you won’t have to do a lot of leg work on your end. We deal with insurance companies all the time.

What about side windows and rear windows?

Yes! We can fix anything “glass” on your Sportsmobile that’s on the exterior of your vehicle. If you have custom glass parts on the inside of your vehicle that have broken, call Sportsmobile at (512) 835-4409.

Common Reasons Why A Sportsmobile Windshield May Get Cracked – What You Should Be Aware Of

  • Off Roading Rock Chips and Cracks – If you like to take your van on off road trips with other vehicles, it’s not uncommon for the occasional rock to fly up and crack your windshield. Keep your distance!
  • Backing Up – Sometimes when you’re in the great outdoors, it can feel like there’s nothing around that can damage your van when you’re backing up. However, it’s possible to back up into a stiff branch, pole, or camp site structure that can break a window. Especially in the dark!
  • Vans have different aerodynamic profiles than a regular car. Believe it or not, it’s a bit easier for a highway rock to fling up and smack a van windshield square in the middle. Try to avoid driving too close to gravel hauling trucks.