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  • How Dark Are You Allowed To Tint Your Cars Windows?

    When it comes to window tinting each state has its own guidelines. Each state breaks it down to the level of tinting and which windows are allowed to be. The best way I could think of to answer this layered question is to break it down state by state. Alabama: Front windshield is allowed to have the top 6 inches. Side windows and rear windshield are allowed less than 32% or 20% light reflection is not permitted. SUVs, vans, and trucks, are allowed 32% for windows. Alaska: Windshield is [...]

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    Sun Exposure in Your Car

    While dermatologists recommend wearing sunscreen every day, many people only apply it when they feel they are going to have extended sun exposure. This might be for a day at the beach or the ballpark. Wearing sunscreen is often associated with events that keep us outside in the sun. One place people don’t realize they are prone to sun exposure is in their car. For the daily commuter or the parent in the carline, for example, there is an even greater amount of sun exposure.   Aside [...]

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    Good tint shops prosper despite local competition by offering good service at reasonable prices. Find a tint shop that has been in business for 5 or more years at the same location. This shows a stable business that will be there years down the road if somehow the tint goes bad. Often times, successful tint shops open car tinting branches in neighboring cities. Although the installers of the branches may not be the master tint of the bunch, since opening new shops means training new employees; [...]

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    The Benefits of Car Window Tinting You usually take care of your car’s engine with regular tune-ups and maintenance, but have you thought about the care of your car’s windows? You may think that window filming, also called window tinting, is just an aesthetic enhancement, but it also provides long-lasting functional benefits to protect you and your vehicle. First, and perhaps one of the most important reason, is privacy. Tinted windows prevent people from outside of your car and other [...]

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    We are beginning to hear about smash and grab theft more and more. Smash and grab theft is described as someone quickly smashing out a window and grabbing/ stealing as much as they can, them making a quick getaway. Safety and Security film is an added layer of protection to help protect people and property! This can happen to anyone at any time. Security systems really can’t help much in this situation as it can happen so quickly and often times even before authorities are notified. We [...]

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