2010 Pennsylvania Code
Title 75 - VEHICLES
Chapter 45 - Other Required Equipment
4526 - Safety glass.

     § 4526.  Safety glass.
        (a)  Safety glass required.--It is unlawful to sell or to
     operate on any highway in this Commonwealth any vehicle
     manufactured or assembled after January 1, 1934, and registered
     in this Commonwealth unless the vehicle is equipped with safety
     glass or similar material, which is in compliance with
     regulations promulgated by the department, wherever transparent
     or translucent material is used in the vehicle in doors,
     windows, windshields and wings.
        (b)  Replacement of glass.--It is unlawful for the owner of
     any vehicle to have safety glass, broken or otherwise, in the
     windshields, doors, windows or wings of the vehicle replaced
     with any glass other than safety glass. It is unlawful for any
     person to install in the windshields, doors, windows or wings of
     any vehicle any glass other than safety glass.
        (c)  Violation by common carrier or public utility.--In case
     of any violation of any provision of this section by any common
     carrier or person operating under a certificate of authority
     issued by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, the
     certificate shall either be revoked or, in the discretion of the
     commission, suspended until the provision or provisions are
     complied with to the satisfaction of the commission.
        (d)  Exception.--This section does not apply to house
     trailers.

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