Did you know that the windshield of your car has a lot to do with the structural stability of the vehicle? If the windshield is cracked or broken, it can allow the roof of the car to collapse more easily during rollover accidents. Our blog will show you the role that a windshield plays in the structural stability of your vehicle and inform you of what you can and should do if you notice a crack or chip in your windshield as soon as you possibly can. You may be surprised at how easy it is for you to get these repairs made.
If your windshield cracks, shatters, or is otherwise damaged, then you might not know what to do. Is the damage severe enough to warrant a total replacement? In a situation where the windshield totally shatters, the answer is obviously yes. However, if it's just a small crack, then you might be inclined to just ignore it. On the other hand, you can also get your windshield repaired, but does that really fix all of the damage? Here is a brief overview of how to figure out the severity of your windshield damage:
Different Kinds of Broken Windshields
First of all, you should know that there are quite a few factors that determine the severity of windshield damage: