Windshield is the glass found installed in the front of vehicle. It is a protective shield against outside elements like rain water, bugs, and scorching wind. This protective shield of vehicles is crafted with strength that will not facilitate braking under high pressure of wind. Its assembly is generally made of laminated glass. Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that holds together when shattered. It is normally used when there is a possibility of human impact or where the glass could fall if shattered. The glass is made of two sheets of glass and is employed with a plastic layer that is laminated in between the two sheets. This assembly is designed that way for safety purposes. The glass, once hit by an object it does not break into smaller pieces and fall apart, it will just form a “spider web-like” crack pattern in its surface. With this feature of laminated glass that made up your windshield, passengers will be safe from injuries due to stray objects that may be thrown in your vehicle when traveling.