You might not notice it, but you look at the windshield more often than any other part of your car. Due to its unnoticeable nature, the windshield is one part of the car often taken for granted. That is, until it gets damaged. While windshields are generally sturdy, it becomes prone to all sorts of potential issues like chips and cracks.
To begin with, the weather can cause windshield damage directly or indirectly. All the sudden drops in temperature in British Columbia, for instance, can be harmful to the windshield. Not only do you have to deal with hailstorms, but you also have to deal with an accumulation and persistence of loose debris on the road, like fallen branches. At the end of the day, all it takes is something as small as a pebble flung back from the tires to damage your windshield.
Never Take Your Windshield For Granted
Windshields are made, not of plastic, but of two layers of glass sandwiched around a layer of polyvinyl material. In the event that passengers are thrown forward during an accident, the glass may break, but the polyvinyl cushions the impact. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2pmiZdL