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In the great state of Alabama, from Mobile to Huntsville, Avid Auto Glass Glass is your number one choice for your RV glass and Auto Glass needs. With your choice of in-shop and mobile service, Avid Auto Glass offers competitive prices, unbeatable service and the highest quality Auto Glass and RV glass in the industry. We also repair rock cracks or chips in your windshield, make us your first call. We use only OEM quality windshield glass, or Original Equipment Manufactured glass and work directly with all insurance companies. Our expert staff and technicians will process your glass claims in a timely manner. We will quickly and professionally handle your windshield replacements or repairs. We have the best national lifetime warranty, and it’s transferable for the life of your vehicle. Avid Auto Glass uses only the highest quality parts, accessories and adhesive products. We staff the best service technicians in the auto and RV glass industry. We are your number one choice for all of your auto, travel trailer, fifth wheel, and motorhome windshield and side glass replacement needs. Call today for a free quote.

 

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Fun Facts About Alabama

Spanish explorers are believed to have arrived at Mobile Bay in 1519, and the territory was visited in 1540 by the explorer Hernando de Soto. The first permanent European settlement in Alabama was founded by the French at Fort Louis de la Mobile in 1702.

The British gained control of the area in 1763 by the Treaty of Paris but had to cede almost all the Alabama region to the U.S. and Spain after the American Revolution. The Confederacy was founded at Montgomery in Feb. 1861, and, for a time, the city was the Confederate capital. During the later 19th century, the economy of the state slowly improved with industrialization.

At Tuskegee Institute, founded in 1881 by Booker T. Washington, Dr. George Washington Carver carried out his famous agricultural research. In the 1950s and ’60s, Alabama was the site of such landmark civil-rights actions as the bus boycott in Montgomery (1955–56) and the “Freedom March” from Selma to Montgomery (1965). Today paper, chemicals, rubber and plastics, apparel and textiles, primary metals, and automobile manufacturing constitute the leading industries of Alabama. Continuing as a major manufacturer of coal, iron, and steel, Birmingham is also noted for its world-renowned medical center. The state ranks high in the production of poultry, soybeans, milk, vegetables, livestock, wheat, cattle, cotton, peanuts, fruits, hogs, and corn. Points of interest include the Helen Keller birthplace at Tuscumbia, the Space and Rocket Center at Huntsville, the White House of the Confederacy, the restored state Capitol, the Civil Rights Memorial, the Rosa Parks Museum & Library, and the Shakespeare Festival Theater Complex in Montgomery; the Civil Rights Institute and the McWane Center in Birmingham; the Russell Cave near Bridgeport; the Bellingrath Gardens at Theodore; the USS Alabama at Mobile; Mound State Monument near Tuscaloosa; and the Gulf Coast area.

Thirty-seven years after the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing which killed four young girls in Birmingham, the FBI released the name of four men—self-proclaimed Cahaba Boys, a branch of the Ku Klux Klan—responsible for the dynamite attack: Robert Chambliss, Herman Cash, Thomas Blanton and Bobby Cherry. Cash died in 1994; Blanton and Cherry were tried and convicted in 2001 and 2002 respectively (Cherry died in prison in 2004). Chambliss, originally charged alone, was acquitted of murder in 1963, but was sentenced to life in prison when the case was reopened in 1977. He died in prison in 1985. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina caused major flooding and destruction along the coast of Alabama; flood waters reached 11 ft in Mobile. Twenty-two counties were declared federal disaster areas.

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We serve all 50 states for all your RV Glass and Auto Glass needs, For a free quote call 720-924-1612 to schedule a Rock Chip repair or a windshield replacement. You can also call 707-624-0774 for a free quote or more information. We work with ALL insurance companies. We are proud to serve you in all 50 states

 

 

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