Re: Warped/ Distortion in Windshield
I forget if I've seen it on my Jeep or my Wifes new-ish VW. But if you sit in the back seat while someone else drives it's most noticeable. As the vehicle makes a slow turn and pans across you notice variations in the glass.
Over the years. Auto Glass has got worse and worse. Much softer than it used to be and pits way easier. Replacement glass is often worse than the OEM glass too. And now these non uniformities.
I kind of don't want to look too closely now or it will just annoy me.
Sitting in drivers seat it's not that noticeable unless you look for it.
I'd be impressed if they do anything unless it's really bad. And unless it was really bad I wouldn't get the windshield replaced if they offered. Nothing like a factory install. And it might not end up much better.
01-15-2015 Overland 3.6L Black W/Black Int, Advanced Technology Group, Zeigler Lifetime MaxCare
OEM: Mud Flaps, Matts, Cargo Liner, Cross Rails
Tires: OEM 20"/Nokian 18"
Situational awareness: Beltronics STi-R+