Well, this is a new one. We are driving down the highway when we heard a startling overhead explosion. Pulling over revealed this — a shattered sunroof.
At first, I thought someone must have shot it out. I scanned my remote wooded surroundings for a sniper, but saw no one — though I suppose they could have been wearing camo. With no other cars to around, it couldn’t have been a rock. But later, upon searching Google, I found that spontaneous sunroof explosions is “a thing.”
Of course, this freak incident had to happen on a rainy day.
After forking out $607 to repair a window I never use, I complained to Honda. They didn’t care. They said it must have been a rock. When I told them it was an early Sunday morning and no other cars were on the road, they were unimpressed — apparently believing that the spontaneous explosion above our heads must have been caused by a meteorite.