It is not completely safe to drive a Dodge Durango when its glass parts are not securely fixed in place. The windshield of a Durango alone provides protection to occupants in a car accident.
During a car crash, the windshield helps keep the roof from caving in on the occupants. For this reason, it is important to check the windshield and other glass parts of a Durango for signs of damage. And, whenever there is glass damage, (windshield repair) or replacement should be done immediately. Glass.com explains the roles that the glass parts of a Durango play in giving protection to the occupants.
The windshield does not only provide support to a Durango during a car crash. It also helps keep occupants inside the car during the crash. It also shields the occupants against debris and other elements. A windshield of a Durango can be repaired at an (auto glass repair) shop, but it often needs to be fully replaced depending on how severe the damage is.
The glass that gives an element of fun to a Durango can sometimes break. A sunroof is made of tempered glass, which needs to be replaced when it is already damaged. A Durango with a factory sunroof must be replaced when it is already damaged to prevent water damage.
The back glass allows occupants to see the road behind. Also known as a rear windshield or back windshield, the rear glass is also made of tempered glass. And, like in (broken windshield), the glass which needs to be replaced when it is already damaged. The rear windshield can have defrost elements that help in visibility especially in wintertime.
Side Window Glass
Side windows provides access to toll booths, drive-thru windows, fresh air and more. However, the very useful pieces of glass are usually a target for break-ins. Damaged side windows need replacement pieces of glass, and options include tempered glass and laminated glass.
Vent Window Glass and Quarter Window Glass
Vent and quarter windows make a car look more stylish. They also sometimes add ventilation. The pieces of glass may be small, but they are not necessarily expensive. They are often hard to find and replacing them takes time.