What’s The Difference Between “OEM” Windshields And “OEE” Windshields?
OEE is the abbreviation for original equipment equivalent and OEM is the abbreviation for original equipment manufacturers.
OEE glass, or aftermarket glass as it is known, is significantly cheaper than OEM or dealer glass. It is usually a different thickness than OEM glass and differs from the original design of the glass in your vehicle.
OEE glass should be avoided, and under the terms of your insurance policy, you are entitled to OEM glass.
Always ensure yourself that the auto glass company you choose to replace your windshield uses only OEM glass and not the inferior brand. Auto Glass America stands for quality windshield and auto glass replacements.