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Your car's windshield and windows are very important components of its safety system. In the event of a car accident, the auto glass will help protect you as well as your passengers by helping to maintain the strength of the car's structure. Therefore, it is crucial that you are aware of and perform the various maintenance tasks that will help you prolong the life and improve the quality of your vehicle's auto glass.
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Auto glass mold is not extremely common, especially in climates like ours here in Minnesota. However, it can happen. This is particularly true if your vehicle is stored and is not driven for an extended period of time. Mold can begin to grow over time, which can prove to be harmful to you and your passengers.
The glass used for windshield is not the same as the glass used for other windows. All windows in a vehicle are made of safety glass required by the OEM, however the windshield goes through an additional process of lamination to protect passengers.
Your windshield is supposed to be there to help protect you, as it adds to the structural integrity of your car as a whole. In fact, 30 percent of the structural strength of your vehicle is provided by your windshield. Your windshield helps to ensure your airbag deploys correctly, protects you from ejection in an accident, helps to stabilize the roof in roll-over crashes and much more.