Things to Consider When Choosing Car Window Tints

It is a must to protect yourself and your passengers every time you hit the road. Now that summer is here, everyone’s health and comfort should be on top of your priority list. Hence, you need to consider having car window tinting installation.

To help you choose the right tint for your car, here are some tips.

  • Take your time in checking the tinting products available in different shops. It is important to ask for a sample as this will provide you with a general idea of how much the window tinting would cost. This will help you learn more about the various types of tint out there—from color, to reflectivity and darkness.
  • You also need to choose between average and top-tier tints. The latter look better, last longer, do their job better and of course, cost more.
  • UV-reflecting window tints don’t only block out rays which are harmful for the skin, but also prevent the sun’s energy from getting trapped in the car. This helps reduce the ‘oven’ effect of a vehicle left out in the sun.
  • Another thing to bear in mind is the local municipality laws governing car window tinting. In Dubai, the Traffic Law and its implementing regulations mandate that no additions should be made to vehicles such as tinted reflective glass beyond the restrictions approved by the Federal Traffic Law, which identifies a maximum amount of darkness of 30 percent Visual Light Transmission (VLT) to the side and rear windows only.

Now that you already know the things to take into consideration when planning to have a window tinting film for car, it’s about time to find a reputable car service center or car workshop in Dubai that will do the installation.


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