There are several things you need to consider when selecting a window tint for your car. Tinting your car can reduce your exposure to harmful rays and help you keep cool, make your car more secure and give you extra privacy. If you are thinking about making an investment, you do need to ensure your tinting is road legal.

How much light can get in?

The tinting must allow 75% light through the front windscreen and 70% through the front side windows. There are no restrictions on the passenger windows in the rear. You should take the time to explore the many options available to you before you make a purchase.

This will help you make the right decision for your needs and budget. It’s also best to leave things to the pros rather than try to apply the tinting yourself as they have the experience and skill needed to give your vehicle the ‘wow’ factor.

Other things to consider before applying window tints

The level of tint that you opt for will depend on a wide range of factors. These include how much privacy you want to gain, the colour scheme of your car, how much heat and glare you want to reduce and your budget.

Window tinting not only protects you and your car windows from the damaging impacts of the sun and keep you cool, it will also stop the interiors of your car from fading and block harmful life-threatening UV rays. Many motorists cite feeling less fatigued during long drives after investing in tinting. The tinting can also make the contents of your car invisible to would-be thieves, with the film holding together the glass even if there is an accident.

At Number Plate Clinic, we are waiting to hear from you right now if you are interested in adding tinting to your vehicle. To reach us today, call 01204 53 43 33.