Hate those none insured you know who types
Hey guys, my mother just recently had a new windscreen fitted due to damage. Seems that the windscreen was poorly fitted and my mother only found out about the problem having found pools of water in the driver and passenger footwells this morning (passenger side being the worst).
Her biggest problem is that she is on holiday down in Cornwall and obviously is 11hours away from home here in cumbria.
Getting on she`s had the car examined at Autoglass in Truro and they have called the work shambolic and some of the worst they`ve seen in years, whats more interesting is that this comment comes from the same company that fitted the windscreen, albeit a different part of the country. Now her problem lies in the fact she has to get a new windscreen and that wont be til friday due to no stock. Now because she is on holiday the car has nowhere to park under cover and its due to rain tonight luckily Ive persuaded her to use a ground cover that she has with the caravan and hopefully this will stop the majority of tonights rainfall.
So whats concerning me most is that her car has climate control and obviously this system is more complex than my cars dial controls. Should she be worried that this leakage could cause problems with the climate control or should she not worry too much? And also she was planning on returning to Carlisle on Friday evening, will this be such a good idea with having the new screen fitted early on Fri morning?
Any help/views will be much appreciatted as per usual guys :D