A different kind of passenger safety factor is provided by UV (ultraviolet) filter glass, which blocks harmful UV rays to protect skin and eyes (as well as the materials of the car's interior). UV filter glass blocks >99% of harmful UV rays from entering the vehicle, keeping the driver and passengers’ safe and greatly extending the life of upholstery and fabrics. UV filter technology can be incorporated into laminated glass for optimal safety and security.
Visibility and Visual Comfort
Good visibility conditions are critical to driving safety, and visual comfort (for example light reflections and glare) is part of visibility. The driver's field of vision is influenced by the light the windscreen allows into the cabin. Indeed, bright sunlight causes glare, rain smears the windscreen, condensation clouds the view and ice buildup blocks out almost everything. Today's vehicle glazing technologies can deal with all of these. Windshield installation angle plays a significant part in glare, specifically veiling glare, which is the reflection of objects on your instrument panel. This is mitigated to great extent by having the instrument panel (IP) top cover, one color; Black. Black absorbs, and does not reflect, it also enables the automaker is carry only one part number in their system, and reduces the complexity of inventory control. This also eliminates matching the various vehicle interiors.