Debunking window tint myths
Did you know that a lot of window tint myths exist? It’s important to learn about these myths in order to prevent yourself from being ripped off by dishonest individuals who only want to rip you off! Read on to learn more about some common window tint myths.
Myth: It is not legal in California – You can have your car windows tinted in California, as long as you follow certain regulations. However, you must be careful with what you actually do on the inside windows. Keep in mind that there are currently many different clear vinyl tinted windows that still offer you UV and vision benefits without completely darkening the inside of the windows. Many of these types of window films are available for purchase in stores. However, if you feel more comfortable with the idea of installing the window films over the existing windows, it is perfectly acceptable in California to have the window tint on the back (side) windows.
Myth: It costs much more than car window tinting – In a lot of cases, it costs much more to get window tint installation done. If you feel that you cannot afford the full purchase price, consider purchasing window tint kits instead. These kits come with everything that you need to properly install window tint on your own. The kits typically contain the vinyl film, applicator, instructions, and other accessories. They are much less expensive than buying the products separately.
Myth: It is dangerous to drive around with your windows tinted – This is probably one of the biggest car window tint myths out there. It is important to realize that window tinting has been proven safe by auto insurance companies. In fact, most auto insurance policies don’t even cover windows tinted by individuals for their cars. So, yes, you absolutely can drive around with tinted windows while they’re on.