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About Door Windows

The Rover has many different windows, and a significant proportion of the car’s frame is fitted with glass. 

In the Rover passenger car, usually all of the doors are fitted with a section of glass which makes up the door window, these can be opened or closed either manually or electronically.  The number of windows in a Rover will depend on the model of car. Cars can have different types of doors and windows, for example some cars have quarter light glass which is a side window in either the front door or situated on the sides of the car just in front of the rear window of the car. Tailgate hatch glass can be found on the lifting cover for the boot space on a saloon vehicle or the lifting door on a hatchback or estate vehicle. The shape of the windows in a car will again depend on the car make and model. 

Glass used in modern car doors is generally safety glass which decreases the chance of injury if it smashes. 

The Rover windows are operated by a window regulator mechanism. Window regulator mechanisms are either manual or electric. Manual window regulator mechanisms are operated by a handle on the side panel of the door beneath the window, which is turned by hand and in turn the window regulator mechanism winds or unwinds the window accordingly. Electric window regulator mechanisms are powered by a window motor which is activated by an electric window switch, within easy reach, usually located in the cavity behind the inside trim of the door, which lowers or raises the window as required. All Rover electric windows in the car can be controlled by the driver's controls but individual windows will usually have a switch to operate them individually too. The glass in car windows is held in place when the window opens or closes by track assemblies, which assists with the smooth operation of the window, and sealed with window rubber seals which function to firmly seal the door window with the door flange to stop water, dust and other particles or air coming into the car. 

A major body of glass in the Rover can be found in the front and rear windscreens. The car windscreens are a protective, curved, glass screen at the front and rear of the car.  

The Rover front and rear windscreens are made of safety glass, which prevents them from smashing into lots of pieces when broken and fixed to the frame of the car. The front windscreen is positioned directly in front of the driver and front passenger and the rear windscreen is directly behind the passengers sitting in the back of the car. The driver needs to look through the front windscreen to see the road ahead, and through the back windscreen to see the traffic behind, so it is imperative that the windscreens are in perfect condition. The windscreens are fitted with windscreen wipers. The windscreen wiper mechanism is powered by a window wiper motor which enables the wipers to clear rain, dust and dirt from the windscreen of the car. Many car windscreens are also fitted with a windscreen washer. Powered by a windscreen washer motor, it pumps out a spray, which works with the wipers to clean the windscreen. 

Some Rover windscreens have tinted, coloured glass around the side of the windscreen which offers some protection from the sun. Some car owners like to fit heated windscreens which de-mists and de-ices the windscreen in a matter of minutes. Some Rover windscreens also have the option of a fitted rain sensor. The windscreen rain sensor is a clever device which automatically switches on the windscreen wipers when it detects rain.

All of the Rover windows serve a safety function, offering protection to the people travelling in the car. All windows should be clean and free from cracks and scratches so that safety is not compromised. All Rover window parts and mechanisms should be functioning fully in order to be able to perform properly and safely. 

When replacing Rover windows or buying new window parts for your vehicle, it is important to make sure they are compatible with the model of car. 

Rover trivia

  • The MG Rover Group was the last mass-production car company in the UK to be owned by domestic owners.
  • The iconic logo of Rover is a Viking longship. Currently, the rights to using that logo are in the hands of the Jaguar Land Rover group.
  • The Rover name has had a turbulent history, but they achieved some amazing things. In March 1950, they unveiled the prototype of the Rover JET1. It was the first car to ever run off a gas turbine engine. It could reach a speed of 88mph! However, it did manage 150mph during speed tests. The JET1 is now on display at the London Science Museum.
  • Honda and British Leyland decided to use the Rover name when they worked together on the range of planned cars to be released in the ‘80s. As a result, the Rover 200 replaced the Triumph Acclaim.
  • In 2003, MG Rover released the CityRover. It didn't sell anywhere close to expectations, and the car company started to seriously struggle as a result.