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Getting Tinted Windows

There are many different benefits of having window tinting.

• They protect the upholstery and interior of your car
• Protect your eyes from the glare of the sun
• They block sixty-five percent of the heat from the sun
• They block ninety-nine point nine of the damaging UV rays
• They help to protect your skin from sun damage
• If your windows get broken, the window film helps to hold the shattered glass in one place so it does not cut you.

Before taking your car in for window tinting you need to see what is legal for your locality because every state has separate laws regarding tinted windows. Most of the professional companies who tint widows know what the law is and will give you a certificate of compliance in case you are pulled over. Many offer warranties and will fix your windows if anything goes wrong. If you are out of compliance, fines can cost from fifty to five hundred dollars.

Some states will allow the tinting on every window if you have side mirrors and some will not let you tint the two front windows and windshield. How dark the tint will be is also legislated and is measured by visible light transmission (VLT%). This is defined as the percentage of visible light that will come through the tint. Some states will make an exception for various medical conditions that require a person have heavy protection from the sun.

If you want window tinting for your recreational vehicles, cars, and boats that have sensitive navigational equipment you should use a non-metallic film because if you use metallic films it could cause interference. States also reduce significantly the level of reflection is allowed in the reflective films or they may outlaw them totally.