Windshields are generally placed in vehicles to protect those riding in them from strong wind and possible harmful flying debris. In the early days of vehicle manufacturing, windshields were made of regular window glass. However, this posed risks of serious injury incase of a crash. It is salient to note that the aforementioned windshields were at risk of shattering at the impact of a tiny stone chip. This orchestrated the development of stronger windshields which guaranteed more safety for vehicle occupants.
Today’s windshields are mounted with alocomotive grade urethane specially designed for vehicles. This sealant issheltered from Ultra Violet sunlight rays by a contingent of dark dots aroundthe edge of a windshield.