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Is it a repair worth doing or will it eventually crack anyway ?

Get it repaired. Also, check with your insurance company. State Farm paid in full, w/o a deductible, for us to have a quarter-sized chip fused with epoxy. The only restriction is that the chip cannot be in the driver's direct line of vision. The windshield has held up just fine for over a year now, the crack has not spread.

SF gets a volume discount on this procedure and it saves them large $$$ vs. replacing windshields. You have to go to a place they recommend; DW took the car in and was treated very well.
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