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Recently, AGRR Magazine -- a publication devoted to bringing its readers the best of the automotive glass repair and replacement industry -- went onsite to the nation's top show devoted exclusively to technology. While at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, their editors spoke with several industry leaders about the innovations that are slated to hit the industry at some point in 2016.
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Living in the Minneapolis area, you are used to the harsh winters. With its excessive amounts of ice and snow, salt and sand trucks abound and are a common sight. They leave salt particles all along the roads of the Twin Cities. Most residents know that they need to wash their vehicles frequently in order to remove the excess salt clinging to the metal. However, sometimes the adverse effects of St. Paul winters can still be seen even with the most diligent care.
Windshields and windows can be a confusing part of car maintenance. After all, it's one area of the vehicle that even DIY car owners often can't fix on their own. Here are a few of the most common misunderstandings regarding windshields and window glass in general.
Are you trying to get your windshield replaced without breaking the bank? One of the first choices you'll usually need to make is whether you want to get an OEM replacement or an OEE replacement. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) windshields are produced by the original manufacturer of your vehicle, while Original Equipment Equivalent (OEE) parts are aftermarket parts sold by a third-party. Which is right for you will depend on how you want to balance cost and quality.