Tinted windows provide protection in the event of a car accident. The glass windows of your car are particularly vulnerable, but installing window film, no matter the grade reinforces the glass and holds it together. The glass may still break, but the sharp pieces are less likely to scatter from the window to harm passengers.
Window tinting prevents glare
Sunlight can create bad glare for drivers, which poses a dangerous driving hazard. Wearing sun visors and even some sunglasses don’t do enough to control the glare. Car window tinting is the best solution to stop the glare and offer relief to glare-suffering drivers.
Protect interior and upholstery
Solar heat includes ultraviolet rays that can penetrate to your car windows and windshield, which cause damage and fading of the car interior. Car window tinting prevents those damaging rays from early degeneration of your dashboard, seats and steering wheel. It also cools down the indoor temperature and protects human skin from the harmful effects of sun rays. If you often drive your car, window tinting is a great way to help keep you and your passengers safe.
In addition to the safety and shielding benefits, having window film installed to your car easily changes the look of your car. Tinted car windows just simply looks good. It may seem just a common modification for car enthusiasts who want to give their car awesome feel, adding window film on your car adds and enhances a good feel.
There are several grades of window tint available, so you can choose the shade that most suits your vehicle. If you want to go darker, just be sure that you choose the darkest legal tint Silkstone to comply with the existing tint law in your area.