Originally Posted by 05SuperChrg
Hi NorCal Tacomaworld-
I am curious how many of you drive up to Tahoe and do not get riddled by rocks on your windshields? I drove up 2x in the past 3 weeks and have a spider crack and huge hole in my windshield, not to mention the dozens of other pits in the glass. I have to replace the windshield from these excursions.
How do you prevent the taco windshield from getting replaced every year, assuming you drive to the snow once or twice a year?
I don't wanna sound like too much of an ass but stay off of peoples asses and you'll be fine. You know that kinda stuff is gonna be on the road. No one is driving THAT fast in it, you stay a few car lengths behind and you'll be just fine.
Now if you're following a truck and he doesn't have mud flaps, then you have a case, but really, learn to keep your distance and you'll be fine. Been there done that.
And in answer to your question, I've been going up at least once a week since snow season started and no problems