The windshield (American terminology) or windscreen (British terminology)  
are generally made of laminated safety glass, a type of treated glass, which
consists of two (typically) curved sheets of glass with a plastic layer lamination
material between them for safety, and are glued into the window frame.

Today vehicle windshields are manufactured in many different shape, size
and specifications to match each vehicle requirement.   We use glass only
from selected windshield manufacturer like PPG, Pilkington and Carlite, which
are the glass manufacturer for many car maker industry in the world.

Early windshields were made of ordinary window glass, but that
could lead to serious injuries in the event of a crash. A series of
lawsuits led up to the development of stronger windshields. The
most notable example of this is the Pane vs. Ford case of 1917
that decided against Pane in that he was only injured through
reckless driving. They were replaced with windshields made of
toughened glass and were fitted in the frame using a rubber or
neoprene seal. The hardened glass shattered into many mostly
harmless fragments when the windshield broke. These
windshields, however, could shatter from a simple stone chip. In
1919, Henry Ford solved the problem of flying debris by using a
new technology founded in France called glass laminating.
Windshields made using this process were actually two layers
of glass with a cellulose inner layer. This inner layer held the
glass together when it fractured. Between 1919 and 1929, Ford
ordered the use of laminated glass on all of his vehicles.[1]

Split and raked windshield on a 1952 DeSoto. Note the panes
of glass are flat.Modern, glued-in windshields contribute to the
vehicle's rigidity, but the main force for innovation has
historically been the need to prevent injury from sharp glass
fragments. Almost all nations now require windshields to stay in
one piece even if broken, except if pierced locally by a strong
force. Properly installed automobile windshields are also
essential to safety; along with the roof of the car, they provide
protection to the vehicle's occupants in the case of a roll-over
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When you call to require a quote please let the
service man knows about your vehicle.  Year(ex
2002), Make(ex Ford), Model(ex Explorer), Type ( 2
door). Let them know about any Especial Equipment
comes on the windshield like Tint, Shade, Third
Visor, Rain Sensor, Pass System, Acoustic
Interlayer, Heads up Display, Heated Wiper, Solar
Control, Heater, Laser Deletion Area,....

If you don't have an answer to these question don't
get frustrated. Most likely your vehicle is not equip
with any of these options other wise you would know

We are always here to answer your question

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