To prevent a windshield from further damage, keep the glass away from extreme temperatures and rough vibrations. The cracks ruin the structural integrity of the glass and make it fragile.
A small crack on a windshield is safe to maintain as long as it is under 12 inches in length. Larger cracks risk collapsing the whole piece of glass from any rough vibrations.
Tips to maintain cracked windshields
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