How to Drive With a Broken Windshield?

Answer Modern windshields are made of tempered laminated glass. It consists of two sheets of glasses with a clear plastic sandwiched in between them. This laminated glass gives the windshield its strength... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Drive With a Broken Windshield

Is it illegal to drive with a broken windshield?

Traffic rules and regulations vary from state to state. Therefore, the legality of driving with a broken windshield depends on the state in which you reside. Some states such as Wisconsin consider ... Read More »

Is it illegal to drive with a broken windshield in Arizona?

Each vehicle must have a windshield "without cracks" to be legally drivable, according to the Arizona Driver License Manual and Customer Service Guide's list of Required Equipment for Motor Vehicl... Read More »

Is it legal to drive with a cracked windshield?

Each state varies as to the lawfulness of driving with a cracked windshield. In some states, it also depends on whether the crack obscures the driver's vision. If the driver is pulled over for a cr... Read More »

Can I Drive With a Broken Strut?

A strut is a suspension component that dampens an automobile's movements and prevents it from bouncing on its springs. Struts are often expensive to replace, but driving on a broken strut is not a ... Read More »