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Why the Inside of Your Windshield Is Always Dirty

If it seems like the inside of your windshield is always dirty, even after repeated cleanings, you’re not insane. There’s a reason for that constant film inside your car windows, and there’s not a whole lot you can do about … Continue reading

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Magic Erasers Are the Secret to Cleaning Car Windows–with One Exception

Plain ol’ water definitely won’t cut it if you’re looking to rid your car windows of grime and stubborn substances. You could take it to the car wash, but there may be a more economical solution available at your local … Continue reading

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This Hidden Car Window Function in New Vehicles Can Prevent Serious Injuries

A popular TikTok user has explained that many cars come with a secret function that can help prevent drivers from getting their fingers trapped in the windows. The function described by @chequanxiaoqiao uses sensors to detect whether an obstacle is … Continue reading

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Remember This Parking Rule When You Have a Cracked Windshield

In the summer, severe temperature spikes could make windshield glass more fragile or susceptible to cracking. Additionally, continuous exposure to rain, snow, or direct sunlight can make small cracks more prominent and noticeable. Read more at SlashGear.

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‘Everyone Needs One for Emergencies’: Grab This 7-in-1 Safety Tool for Just $35

This tool combines nearly everything you might need when facing an emergency on a road trip. The window breaker is designed to easily shatter a car window in the event of a crash or accident that prevents you from opening … Continue reading

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Why You Should Check Around the Windshield for Defects Before and After Having It Replaced

Before heading in for a glass replacement, examine the roof and A-pillars of the vehicle. Note any defects in paint at that time. After the windshield is replaced, closely examine the same area. If the paint is scratched or damaged, … Continue reading

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