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What is an SSL Certificate?

At its most basic, an SSL Certificate is a piece of software that encrypts all information moving to and from the Certificate holder’s website. This means no exchange between the website and its visitors can be intentionally or accidentally “overheard” by a third party, regardless of whether the visitor is placing an order or just signing up for a newsletter.

What is an OE, OEM, Aftermarket?

OE (Original Equipment or Genuine)

These are the parts that you get EXACTLY as if you are walking up to an authorized dealership and buying a part at the parts counter. (Example: Oil Filter Land Rover part # ERR3340). These parts usually come in Land Rover marked packaging.

OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer)

OEM parts are parts that come from the same factory that makes your Original Land Rover parts, but they are boxed in their respective brands. (Example: Oil Filter Mann-Filter Part # W 930/20, which cross references to: Land Rover part # ERR3340). These parts are sold directly from the manufacturer to the suppliers or retailers and not through the Land Rover Dealer network, and usually means savings for the end consumer while still having the same OEM standards that the vehicle manufacturer specified.