What role does my windshield play
to ensure my safety in an accident?

The windshield provides a significant amount of strength to the structural support in the cabin of the vehicle. For instance, in a front end collision the windshield provides up to 45% of the structural integrity of the cabin of the vehicle and in a rollover, up to 60%. Think about that for just a moment. How would you like for over half of the force of a collision to be absorbed by YOU because your windshield flew out in an accident? It happens more times than most of us are aware. The windshield is an integral part of the safety restraint system in your car. It keeps the roof from crushing in on you in a rollover, it allows the airbags to deploy in the correct position to cushion passengers, and prevents you and your family from being ejected in a serious collision. It's important to your family's safety that the automotive glass in your vehicle be installed properly.

Windshield Installation

Watch this to learn more about proper
windshield installation.

Windshields & Airbags

A properly installed windshield
might just save your life!

AGSC Associate Member

The IGA is a proud Associate Member of the Auto Glass Safey Council. For more information on the AGSC and additional information, click below.

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