Tinting your windows can make a big difference on the way your vehicle looks; it brings out a unique look to your vehicle. If you have a 64 Chevy Impala on 20 inch rims; you’re flossing. But without tints you loose that extra look to your aa window tinting; it just looks too plain. Adjusting your window tint is also something that is widely used; from the presidential limo to the 1993 Cressida. Window tinting has become so common it has become a customization that is almost like having air fresheners in your car.
Window tinting has its pros and it cons
Window tint comes at a price for most young drivers; window tinting is a cop magnet; police don’t like drivers with dark tints especially on the highway. It’s tough because you want to look cool and you want to keep away criminals; but at the same token the cops treat you like you are a criminal.
Each state has its own tint laws; which is a bit unfair to drivers going from state to state. Some state laws are stricter than others for example in New York State 70% of light is allowed ion each side any percentage to the rear window and a 6″ visor. On contrast Wyoming residents are allowed 28% light in the front back side and rear windows. This is to show two varying extremes in the laws on window tints. With all of there disparities in the window tinting laws its hard to imagine that it’s a accident or coincidence.
But the safest and best thing to do is to follow the state tinting laws; it saves you a lot more money in the long run; it also does not make you so much of a target by law enforcement. Making the choice of style over the law is not always cool and it can be very expensive ranging from $75-$350 depending on state law and how many times you have been pulled over for the same offense.
Window tint film is now becoming recognized as one of the cost effective ways of insulating your car, home or office, and can substantially reduce your energy bill and reduce your carbon footprint. Many new buildings around the world require window tinting as standard in order to meet energy rating certification. With research and technology advancing in this field, lighter and less intrusive window tinting is now being made with nearly all the heat rejection properties of the traditional window tint.