The windshield wipers on the 2018 Hyundai Tucson are 26 inches on the driver's side and 16 inches on the passenger's side. These are generally sold as a pair by retailers with one of each size in the package. This vehicle also features a rear wiper, which has a 14-inch blade.
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Does Safelite use OEM parts?Our windshield replacement service uses OEM or OEE glass and an industry-leading one-hour drive-away time adhesive for a fast, safe result.
Are all windshields the same quality?
OEM Windshields offer the benefit of being identical to the windshield that was installed when your vehicle was manufactured. OEM windshields are made by the same companies that manufactured your original windshield and will match the original windshields color, thickness, fit and shape.
What states have free windshield replacement?
The three free windshield replacement states are Florida, Kentucky, and South Carolina, which waive the car insurance deductible for windshield repair or replacement and so are referred to as having free windshield replacement or as zero deductible states.
Can you get a ticket for a cracked windshield in AZ?
Yes you can get a ticket for driving with a cracked windshield in Arizona. The average ticket in Arizona for driving with a cracked windshield can be anywhere from $100 to $150. So, save yourself the money and get your windshield replaced right away.
Arizona's windshield replacement law states that if a crack impedes driver line of vision, the windshield must be replaced. It also states that if your comprehensive coverage has a deductible, the deductible does not apply to windshield claims, and you won't pay anything out of pocket.
So, does Safelite use OEM glass? In a sense, they buy their glass from the world's most sophisticated manufacturers – the same guys who supply the big car manufacturers. Safelite only deals in OEE parts.
OEM auto glass will likely be stamped with the carmaker's brand name and logo. As for aftermarket or OEE auto glass, you need to tell your customers that: Aftermarket or OEE glass manufacturers are not licensed by car companies to fabricate windshields for their car models.
You can verify a genuine windshield or non-original auto glass by looking at the windscreen logo. Oftentimes, the original windscreen comes without a car logo. In this case, you can match your brand-new vehicle windscreen logo with your cracked glass.
Gorilla Glass Qualities
A stronger windshield translates to increased safety. This chemically strengthened glass isn't marketed as unbreakable or immune to scratches. But it does provide greater protection to keep projectiles out and passengers inside if there is an accident.
If you live in Florida and you have full coverage auto insurance and/or comprehensive coverage on your auto insurance policy, you qualify to have your windshield replaced for free!
Under Florida's law, insurers cannot charge a deductible for windshield repairs under comprehensive coverage or CAC policies. This means that you can probably receive free windshield repairs for damage caused by anything except a collision.
It's generally not dangerous to drive with a small crack in the windshield, but damaged glass should be repaired or replaced as soon as possible for two important reasons: Windshields weakened by damage provide less protection. Cracked windshields decrease visibility.
Driving with a cracked windscreen can be considered a motoring offence. It could constitute use of a motor vehicle in a dangerous condition. The Highway Code states that drivers should have a full view of the road ahead and glass should be maintained in a good condition.
We've established that Arizona's motor insurance laws require you to have certain minimum levels of coverage; however, they do not explicitly state you must have windshield coverage.
Regardless of the windshield type, one of the easiest ways to figure out which windshield you have is to place a piece of white or yellow paper and tape it behind the writing on the bottom of the windshield from the inside of the car. Take a picture with your phone and text or email it to the auto glass shop.
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer – which would mean that an OEM Windshield would be from the same manufacturer that originally had their glass installed in your vehicle when it rolled off the assembly line. This glass holds the same safety standards as your vehicle did when it was brand new.
Sign #1: You can hear a dull 'whoosh' sound emanating from your car's windshield while you drive. It's the most common tell-tale sign, indicating that your windshield has not been correctly installed. You'll hear this sound in particular as you move over a speed bump, hit a pot hole or drive at high speeds.
Probably the easiest way to find the 17-digit number is to look at the dashboard on the driver's side of the window by standing outside your vehicle. Then, look at the corner of the dashboard where it meets your windshield and find the 17-digit VIN number.
There are three types of windshield glass that can be used on your vehicle; dealer glass, aftermarket glass, and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) glass.