Jon Fransway knows more than he ever wanted to about auto glass safety. Nearly 10 years ago, he lost his 25-year-old sister, Jeanne, after an auto accident in which she was ejected from her vehicle when the car’s windshield separated from its frame. The windshield of Jeanne’s vehicle had recently been replaced — incorrectly, as it turned out — and she was thrown more than 70 feet during the wreck and died shortly thereafter.

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