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Is Car Window Tinting a Good Idea?

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There are benefits to window tinting, but know the regulations where you live so you can do it legally.

Window tinting refers to the process of applying a thin laminate film to a vehicle's glass in order to darken it. The reasons people choose to tint the windows of an automobile vary. These might include privacy or security; protection from UV rays including UVA, the ones responsible for causing skin cancer; and reducing solar gain (interior heat) and thus incrementally improving fuel economy; and cutting down on glare from the sun. Of course, there are purely aesthetic reasons as well for applying car window tint. It doesn't hurt that some people think that tinted car windows look cool, like celeb-style sunglasses for your car.


Adding tint to your vehicle’s windows provides a variety of benefits.

You’ll enjoy improved comfort in your vehicle thanks to reduced heat transfer while driving or when your car is parked. You’ll return to a cooler interior that won’t take nearly as long to cool down during the summer months.

Blocking a portion of damaging UV rays will help preserve your car’s value. Your interior trim and upholstery will be less likely to fade, dry out or crack. Your car will last longer and potentially be worth more when it’s time to trade it in or sell it.

Adding window tinting to your vehicle can also help improve safety and security. Potential vandals or thieves won’t be able to see inside your vehicle as well and you’ll enjoy enhanced privacy as you drive. Finally, tint can help prevent injury if you are involved in a crash by helping reduce flying glass.

Blocks UV Rays

It has been proven that UV rays from the sun can cause serious damage to the skin as well as increase fading on interior car furnishings such as dashboards, seats, floor mats, and stereo equipment. Automotive window films help to reduce the level of interior fading and protect skin by blocking up to 99.9% of the sun’s harmful UV rays.

Reduces Heat

We all know how hot it can get when a car sits in the sun for an extended period of time. The solar control properties found in automotive window films can greatly reduce the level of heat gain inside a car providing more comfort for the driver and passengers. Additionally, this heat reduction will lead to better fuel efficiency because car owners can rely less on air conditioning to provide comfort. Our Films have heat rejections of up to 86%.

Reduces Glare

The presence of glare while driving is not only a distraction but dangerous as well. Window film does an excellent job at minimizing the level of annoying glare entering a car window. This will improve vision and safety and help prevent strain on the eyes. Our films will reduce the glare by up to 89%.

A Car Window Tint Can Reduce UV Radiation

While the standard glass used in car windows can block some UV radiation, a car window tint of good quality from a reputable manufacturer —if applied correctly—can help increase protection from ultraviolet radiation. It can also help preserve the interior of your car, including the upholstery, carpeting, and dashboard, which can fade over time by exposure to sunlight.

The amount of light that a window tint allows into the interior varies greatly and affects how well you can see out. Every state has its own regulations and laws pertaining to the level of darkness it allows for automotive window tints. The volume of light that can pass through your window is referred to as variable light transmission or VLT. Each state has different regulations concerning VLT percentage, so it's a good idea to check local laws concerning what you're allowed to do.

In addition to blocking UVA radiation, a window tint can provide a couple of safety and security benefits. In an accident, automotive window tint film can actually help hold shattered glass in place or reduce the amount of shattered glass. Darkened windows may also hide or obscure articles left in your car, which may deter a thief. (But be sure to roll down your darkened windows if you're stopped by a police officer. Not being able to see in will put them on the defensive, and neither you nor they want that.)

The amount of window tint that's legal differs from state to state

Generally, you can't tint an entire windshield, but a tinted bar that runs across the top of the windshield is allowed in some states. In California, for example, a tinted bar up to five inches is allowed at the top of a windshield. In Illinois and Alabama, a window-tint bar of six inches is allowed. In Michigan, any amount of tint is allowed on the rear side windows and rear window.

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