Will the loose rocks chip my windshield?

It is very unlikely that any loose rocks will chip your windshield due to a few different factors. First, we usually only use seal coats on lower-speed streets which will reduce the ability for rocks to become projectiles to be sent toward another car's windshield. Second, the rock used for the seal coats is only about one fourth inches in diameter, which won't cause much damage if it does hit your windshield.

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1. What is a seal coat?
2. Can I get in and out of my driveway while they are working?
3. Why does the city do seal coat projects?
4. How long do seal coats last before they need to be done again?
5. Why do seal coats when mill and overlays last longer?
6. Aren't seal coats messy, won't rocks get up in my yard or elsewhere on my property?
7. Will the loose rocks chip my windshield?
8. What types of streets are good candidates for seal coat projects?
9. How is parking affected by seal coat projects?