No...My agent said it is under my regular comprehensive coverage.ujmot said:OUCH! Do you haave fulll glass on your insurance?
i dunno will the aftermarket be an absolute perfect fit and weather tight from possibly leakage problems over the long term. what about warranty issues if there is leakage into the vehicle and screw up the electronics.e39ng said:What do you guys think about OE glass and aftermarket glass? Should I get the OE glass? Last time I went to Safelite to replace my BMW windshield and it seems fine plus they are inexpensive.
i bought a used ISUZU trooper in 2000, and it had a non-oem winshield....fxer said:my point about about oem was to also have the dealer install it so i dont have to deal with finger pointing if something goes wrong
hopefully it cover the glass and any resulting damage caused by water leaking into the vehicle for as long as your OEM warrantyparticlefx said:Yep, that's a good point and is why I did not address it.
I wonder if I got a warranty for my BMW's glass? I'll check tonight.
your insurance will pick up everything less deductable right.e39ng said:I guess I'll try safelite glass.