Windshields can come with a variety of options. You can use this page to help you identify some of them or download a checklist here.
A darker tint that is usually 4 to 6 inches in width.
A dot pattern in between your two sun visors and around your rear-view mirror.
Electrochromatic Dim Mirror
This is a feature that will automatically dim your mirror to reduce glare while driving at night. If your vehicle has it, you’ll see a power supply to the mirror and it will have an eye-type window in the mirror housing that will sense light.
Heated Wiper Park Area
Some windshields which will have what looks like a grid of 3 to 4 lines in the glass. This warms the area where the wiper blades rest.
You can tell if a vehicle has a rain sensor if there is a small window located near the rear-view mirror that can be seen from the outside looking in. There is usually a plastic housing covering the sensor on the inside of the vehicle and can be found around the neck of the rear-view mirror itself.
A small window, usually triangular in shape, that you can see from the outside of the vehicle. It is located close to where your rear-view mirror is and you should be able to see a small camera-type lens through the glass.