It looks like this film doesn't prevent windows from breaking; it just holds the shattered pieces together so that they don't go flying. The window is still broken and will need to be replaced.http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/Window_Film/Solutions/Markets-Products/Commercial/Safety-Security_Window_Films/?&WT.term=3m security window film&WT.source=google&WT.campaign=Brand Building&WT.medium=cpc&WT.content=text&WT.srch=1&WT.mc_id=3MWindowFilms_Paid_Search&cshift_ck=023471e9-b001-4351-bfed-2b99251b9bb5csAuI2jE2T It's expensive but may be worth it
WOW I have never heard of this thanks!
I didn't have any issues with windows rolling down or up. I'm not sure on the price but I've heard it's pretty expensive. The shop I went to said they have only done one other vehicle and it was a windshield only. I think he said around $400 for that. And it's pretty much crystal clear.WOW I have never heard of this thanks!
How much was that roll and did it change the windows operation or tint?
Agreed. Although we're just trying to stop a much smaller impact. Or at least I am. I have a note from my medical Dr because local laws keep changing and there's always that one cop. Now it's part of my disability which I have the paper and it's been put into the system at the DMV so when it's scanned, it pulls up. Obviously Federal supersedes state. I would have never thought of this but luckily I know a prosecutor and he suggested it. I attached Madicos testing they did. But I don't vouch for it just yet, which is why I asked if anyone has tried it. Hopefully I'll find out soon, in a good way. Lol.I worked with a sponsor years ago who made high grade laminates for bomb and security protection. At the time, we did some extensive testing. The only way to use laminates effectively is to cover the entire window in the frame or holder. This means removing it from the doors, panels, etc., which is very costly. When we coated just the exposed glass, it glass broke out in a square where the laminate was applied. Covering the entire glass section added excellent protection. In many states, using laminates on the front windshield is illegal, even clear material. We had a sheriff test the material on the front windshield, but it scratched in a short amount of time so it would need to in installed on the inside.