What to do When Your Car Window is BrokenBlog

What To Do When Your Windshield or Car Window Is Broken

Layered windows in modern vehicles date back to the 1930s. This design prevents glass from shattering into countless pieces upon impact. Instead, the window remains intact, thanks to a thin layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) in between two layers of glass. This technology significantly reduces the risk of injury from sharp glass fragments for drivers…

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The Differences Between Windshield and Back Glass Replacements

Since windshields were introduced on the market in 1904, numerous innovations have emerged, including the invention of back glasses. In the early stages of modern vehicle design, windshields and back glasses were crafted from the same glass material. Although today, their materials may differ, they still require equal attention. A damaged windshield or back glass…