Auto window tint is affordable and can help protect your skin from UV rays while driving, add style to your vehicle, and keep your car up to 78% cooler. One or two hours spent at your car window installer will help you keep your car's health, comfort and condition - all while protecting your privacy!
You Protect From UV Rays While You Stay Cool - Your condition may not be the first thought that comes to your mind when considering tinting your car windows. However, protecting your skin from 99% of UV rays makes auto window tinting a good investment. Studies indicate that drivers have a higher risk of skin cancer on the left arm and on the left side of the face. Not only should you put on sunscreen, but experts also claim that tinting of car windows helps. This combination of safety and comfort is therefore unbeatable.
Make Your Car Cool - Turn down the air conditioning and still stay cool in your car. Choose from new colors and shades to spice up your vehicle's appearance. Add a little mystery, even to your sedan or SUV, while blocking the rays that can rub off and even crack your interior carpet, dashboard and fabric or leather upholstery.
Decrease Glare and See Better When Driving, Day or Night - Beautiful sunny days are a pleasure. Wouldn't it be great if you could also enjoy it while you are driving? Do you have trouble seeing traffic on sunny days, even with sunglasses? The tint of your windshield can reduce this glare. The same goes for night driving. The fear of being blinded by oncoming headlights is more than a feeling; it is a danger. Why not protect your safety and your eyes with a tint film applied to your vehicle's windshield and rear window?
Stop Vandalism and Burglaries - You know you shouldn't leave electronics in sight in your car seat, but your vehicle's CD or DVD player can tempt burglars. A darker tint on your automobile windows protects the interior from the sight of thieves and vandals.
Choose Window Tint and Look - Modernize the look of your vehicle with a choice of four automotive glass tints. Your choices are based on how much light the tint film lets in the car, truck, or SUV: films range from 50%, which lets in most of the light, to 5%, which is the darker, the "limousine" hue. Be sure to stick to a percentage that is legally acceptable in your area.
In any case, be aware that strict rules apply. Visit the website of the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec for more information.
Ready to tint your vehicle windows? Ask a respected auto glass specialist. Expert installers know the auto glass tint regulations for your province and offer a warranty on their work.