Getting window tint for your car does give your car a sleek, stylish look but there are other reasons why everyone should get it done. Here are my top 5 reasons to tint your car today.
Protect your skin
We all know the sun has harmful UV rays that cause skin cancer. Imagine the amount of time you spend driving your car during the day. Your skin is exposed to UV sunlight for hours in a day. Tinting your windows will block 99% of those dangerous rays. Or, just make sure you have a big bottle of sunblock in your car…
I don’t know about you but there’s nothing worse than getting into your car in the middle of July and it is scorching hot inside. If you have leather seats, it’s even worse when you are wearing shorts…ouch.
By tinting your car professionally, you can reduce heat by up to 60%. Also, your AC doesn’t have to work as hard so you save gas and energy.
Protect Your Valuables
Although tinting your windows doesn’t detract all thieves, it decreases the visibility of your valuables. Plus, if someone were to break the glass, the film will hold most of it together and makes the thief spend more time trying to mess with the broken glass. Again, if someone wants something, they will take it but at least it is harder to see your stuff when the windows are darker.
Who wants the sun shining in there face while driving or relaxing in the car? Glare from the sun is not only distracting but also dangerous. Reduce accidents and keep full attention to what’s out there on the road in all weather conditions.
The most obvious reason for tinting your windows. Maybe you don’t want people to see your kids in the back seat. Who likes nosy neighbors? Maybe you don’t want people to see who’s in the car or what you have in there. Whatever the reason, everyone deserves a little privacy.
There are many more reasons to tint your vehicle besides looking stylish but I feel that your health, safety, and comfort are most important.
If you do decide to get your car tinted, always do your research and ask around to find out reputable shops in your area.