When it comes to car windshields, the answer is no. Each windshield is designed to fit a specific vehicle perfectly, and the size of the windshield is also different. Most manufacturers follow the industry standard of the measurements of a standard windshield, which is 59 inches x 31.5 inches. This means that anytime you want to replace a windshield, you'll need the exact make and model of your car.
Without this, you could end up with an incorrect windshield for your vehicle. In addition, each windshield comes with a specific safety requirement, making it unique. Fortunately, First Class Auto Glass has the expertise and experience to replace any windshield on the market. The same goes for wipers, or wiper blades. They come in a variety of styles, sizes, and variations, as different vehicles have different sized windshields.
Wipers measure between 10 and 28 inches. Automakers restrict the manufacture of OEM windshields and sell them in their parts department to consumers and auto glass repair and replacement shops. OEM windshields are manufactured by the OEM, as well as other reputable automotive glass manufacturers who may or may not have bid on a particular model. Automotive glass is subject to government regulations and standards, which makes the difference between OEM and OEE windshields minimal. In conclusion, car windshields are not universal and must be replaced with the exact make and model of your car. Wipers also come in a variety of sizes and styles to fit all drivers and vehicles.
Fortunately, First Class Auto Glass has the knowledge and experience to replace any windshield or wiper blade on the market.