When it comes to looking after your sports car, one of the best treatments you can invest in is window tinting. Sports car window tint not only prolongs the longevity of your vehicle and makes it look sleek and aesthetically pleasing, but also comes with numerous other benefits for both you and your car.
How Does Window-Tinting Work?
Sports car window tinting is done by applying a film to the interior of the vehicle’s windows. Window tinting on a vehicle reduces the Visible Light Transference (VLT), and is graded on the percentage of light that transfers. The lower the percentage of light transmittance, the darker the tint. While DIY kits are available, they are not recommended as they can leave an undesired result, such as air bubbles or a skew placement. Each state has different lass about how dark the tint can legally be.
Reasons Why You Should Invest in Sports Car Window Tint
There are a number of very good reasons to tint your sports car’s windows. It’s important to bear in mind that tinting your windshield must not interfere with your ability to see obstacles, signs or other vehicles, especially at night.
Depending on the tint level, it can be possible to ensure you have some privacy in your sports car, preventing others from looking into your car or seeing your passengers.
Blocking Harmful UV Rays
Window tinting can block up to 99.9% of harmful UV rays, which is not only good for you but also for the interior of the car. It prevents you from being exposed to the dangerous health risks of too much sun, and blocks your eyes from excessive brightness and glare, both of which can be dangerous when driving. Window tinting also prevents your car’s interior from being ruined by prolonged sun exposure, such as causing damaging or fading seats, carpets or dashboard trim. This significantly contributes to the value of your vehicle, while extending the life of these items.
Controls the Temperature in Your Car’s Interior
Window tinting prevents your sports car from getting too hot when parked, helping you cut down on using your air conditioner, and therefore gas consumption while extending the life of your vehicle’s AC system.
Prevents glass from shattering
In the event of an accident or a carjacking, window tinting reduces the likelihood of loose pieces of glass causing injury after the window is broken, which is beneficial to you and your passengers.
Window Tinting Techniques
It is highly recommended that you hire a professional to tint your windows, as the process can be tricky and can leave a bad result if not done properly. Not all window tinters are the same, and those that are not done by a trusted professional can fade, crack, peel, bubble or even turn purple, rendering the window tint’s effectiveness useless. A professional will make sure the window tint is applied properly to clean windows in a dust-free environment, because even the smallest amount of dust can cause problems in the tinting process.
Examples of the choices you have for window tinting:
- FX premium: a nice standard film from 3M for the everyday commuter with a small budget
- Color stable: a non-dyed black film, slick and cool
- Crystalline: up to 62% of total solar energy rejected
For more information on our products and your window tinting options feel free to give us a call today.