About cartint and window tinting

Tinted windows advantages

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Tainted windows can provide many advantages:

  • No need for certification.
  • Protection against heat and additional insulation against cold.
  • Greater privacy.
  • Special protection against broken glass.
  • Reduces risks linked to regular sun exposure.
  • Guaranteed at least 10 years particularly against bullous detachment, the dismetalization, discoloration, oxidation-reduction, etc.
  • No dismantled needed, so preservation of your interior trim and finish.
  • The degree of opacification is your choice (color, tint etc …) and according to the darkness chosen, decreases glare of passengers.
  • Adaptable for your personal vehicle, families, and company’s car.
  • Six Reasons to Tint Your Car

    There are many reasons to tint your car from protecting against health concerns, safety and privacy reasons, as well as preserving your investment in your car. Listed below are some of the top reasons that people tint their cars.

    Avoid Overheating
    Your car’s interior can be 60% cooler during those hot summer days with proper tinting.
    Protect Your Skin
    Harmful UV rays from the sun can cause skin cancer. Tinting your car can block 99% of these damaging rays.

    Accident Protection
    In an auto accident, tinting can help shattered glass hold together, protecting the occupants of the car.

    Safer Driving
    Tinting reduces dangerous glare from the sun, snow, and other headlights, helping you drive safely.

    Enhanced Privacy
    Tinting protects your privacy and contents within a car. What a burglar can’t see, he won’t steal.

    Prevent Cracking and Fading
    Harmful UV rays and heat cause car upholstery to crack and fade. Car tint is sunscreen for your car.

    Tinted windows for cars

    Car window tinting for solar protection and against carjacking of a GT3RS Porsche

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