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Windshield Repair with Brian Le Mon of RockPro

Learn how repairing your windshield with this patented easy to use technology instead of replacing your windshield will save you lots of money.

Episode 30: I live in Northern Alberta, Canada.
We call it an Alberta Windshield. Everyone here knows what that means. It means you took a rock in the windshield and now your windshield has cracked all the way across the windshield.

Replacing your windshield can be expensive but there are legal requirements that we all must be aware of and there are safety issues with driving with a compromised windshield.

What about repairing your windshield?

To help us learn more I would like to introduce Brian Le Mon, CEO of RockPro and inventor of the DIY windshield repair system.

Brian answered these questions in this interview:

Question 1: Tell us the story of why you invented a DIY windshield repair system.

Question 2: Explain to us the RockPro business model, who are your customers and how does it work?

Question 3: What kind of savings does this provide for a fleet?

Question 4: In general, what are the legal requirements when it comes to driving with a cracked windshield?

Question 5: What are the safety concerns?

Question 6: If there is one thing you want the listeners to take away from today’s conversation, what is that one thing?

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