There are two options are available for car owners who need to replace their windshields. They can buy an aftermarket auto glass (or OEE) or OEM (original equipment manufacturer). Both options provide excellent alternatives for replacing your windshield. To make an informed decision, you need to understand the difference between the two types of windshields as discussed in the subsequent section. Click through to find out more.
This case study highlights a Lehighton windshield replacement that we conducted on Ms. Kisela’s 2004 Ford Freestar. As they were driving down the PA turnpike, a board flew up and smashed their windshield. This resulted in irreparable damage which required a total windshield replacement at our Lehighton, PA shop. Click through to learn more.
If you are like most drivers, you don’t think about your vehicle’s windshield often. This is especially true as long as it isn’t cracked and it is doing its job. Chances are, you only look at your windshield like a sheet of glass that protects you from the elements while you are driving. However, there is much more to a windshield than that. In this article, we will share some interesting windshield facts that you may not know about. Click through to read more.
When horseless carriages first came on the scene in the late 1800s, none had a windshield to protect the occupants. In fact, the first autos were largely open vehicles. Sometimes, these autos had canopies to partially shield occupants from the elements. It didn’t take long, however, for drivers and passengers to realize that they needed protection from the wind while traveling down roads at speeds higher than the normal pace of horses. In this article, we will cover some of the highlights that helped develop the windshield as a primary safety feature that you can see in today’s modern day vehicles. Click through to read more.