It reduces the natural light that can make driving difficult during daylight hours, but does window tinting do anything other than make our eyes relax? It does! Not only does window tinting improve your privacy, allowing you to check your wallet or dial your phone without fear of disclosing private information, but it can even protect the interior of your vehicle.
Blocking UV Rays
One of the most common culprits when it comes to interior damage are UV rays. Not only do those ultraviolet rays burn our skin and cause permanent damage, but they also fade car interiors, cause vinyl to crack and break as well as weaken fabric.
Window tinting is an investment that will prevent you from needing expensive interior restoration years down the line.
Long road trips or sitting in a parking lot expose a car to a lot of sunlight. This means that the car can heat up very, very quickly. Window tinting can keep a car up to 60% cooler by blocking many of those UV rays and reflecting the light away from the car’s interior. Without that heat being absorbed by the vehicle’s interior, it’s that much cooler when you start it up!
Contributing to Conservation
To create electricity in a car, gasoline is required. The more accessories used in a car, the more electricity is required—this means if you need to run your air conditioner for long periods of time, you’re going to use more gas. Window tinting reduces the heat that builds up in your car. This allows you to use less gas by turning the air conditioning down or off.