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When you hear car companies talk about vehicle safety features, they rarely mention the windshield. And while it looks like every other piece of glass, it functions differently.
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Oh Deer! Turtle Smashes Windshield and other Roadway Animal Hazards
For those of us who spend most of our time driving in and around the
Minneapolis, St Paul, Twin Cities area of Minnesota it's not uncommon
for us to have close calls on the roadways with animals. The mornings
and evening hours are particularly dangerous as deer and other animals
become more active, especially in the spring and fall.
While deer are responsible for about 75% of fatal accidents involving animals, other animals causing crashes include horses, moose, dogs, bears, squirrels, cats and opossums.
Are you worried that your vehicle could be broken into? If you travel a lot or simply carry expensive items in your car, you might be concerned that your car is accessible. Many thieves aren't going to bother trying to pick your lock -- they'll just smash your windows. Here are a few ways you can improve the security of your car.
Tinted auto glass requires special maintenance and repair. When tinted, windows will have a thin film across them. If damaged, this film can begin to pull away or become opaque. To keep your tint looking bright and new, you will need to maintain it properly.