- It blocks harmful UV rays. Window tint installation on your vehicle is like wearing sunblock for your car’s interior—especially for leather. It prevents the sun from fading, tearing or damaging the inside of your ride. And if the sun can do that to your car over time, you better believe that similar damage is also happening to your skin. Window tinting will help protect against skin damage, including sunspots, age spots, discoloration, and wrinkles.
- It helps control the temperature of your vehicle. Why hassle with a windshield cover every time you get out of the car when you can have window tint that is always intact? Tint helps control your vehicle’s internal temperature, keeping it cool during the hot summer months so you don’t have to stress about finding a parking spot in the shade.
- It can make accidents less dangerous. Window tint covers the entire pane of your glass, which can come in handy if it ever breaks during an accident. The tint can act like a bandage by holding shattered glass together when it breaks, reducing the risk of loose shards that can cause harm to the driver or passengers.
- It increases your privacy. It’s a hassle to constantly have to hide the valuables inside your car so others won’t be tempted to break in. Tinting your windows keeps the temptation low and your valuables concealed.
- It simply looks amazing. After all, no one can deny the appeal of sleek, dark car windows.
Quick tip: Like tinting, your car windows, paint protection film is applied to the hood, front bumper, mirrors, headlights, and door edges to protect the paint from scratches or chips.