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Tips for Choosing the Best Window Tint for Your Car

Jan 11

If you'd like your car's appearance to be attractive, tinted windows are vital. They help to create a minimalist design, while also enhancing privacy, resulting in an appealing ride. You can add tinted windows to your vehicle if you don't come with windows with tints. This article will provide all you must know about San Diego tinting. It will cover everything from the different kinds of tints available to legalities and how to tint your vehicle.


What the Law Says About Tinted Windows


  • A minimum of 75% of light has to be able to pass through the film of the windscreen.

  • Front window windows should let in at least 70% sunlight.

  • A man paints his windows in his automobile.


Before you decide to apply window tint film to your car, you should familiarize yourself with the laws regarding tinted windows that are set forth by the Driver Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). These laws apply only to the windows that face the front and windscreens. However, police can be able to stop you if you believe your car's safety has been compromised by the tinting of rear windows. Always purchase tinting for your windows from aftermarket film from reputable retailers.


What are the various window Tint Film Sorts?


Let's now look at the various varieties of window tint film to determine which one will suit your needs best. We'll look at the most common types and go over the advantages and drawbacks of each.


Window Tint Film with a colored Background


The most widely-available, affordable popular and affordable window tint is dyed film. It is a film with a sticky surface that sticks to the window, then a heat gun is used to stick it to the glass properly. The film is opaque on the outside but translucent inside for good visibility.



It is affordable, easy to use, and offers the perfect tinted look.



The dye may fade with time, and the cooling impact is moderate and UV protection is low in summer.


Window Tint Film with a Metallic Finish


This coating is made up of tiny metal particles that shade the glass, giving it a shiny, metallic appearance. The metallic films are able to reflect heat away from the cabin, giving a thick cover. They also can strengthen windscreens and make them less likely to shatter.



Sturdy and scratch-resistant, and an effective insulator in heat and winter.



Radio reception could be affected by metal particles.


Window Tint Film with Carbon


The carbon film is better than metalized tinting as it doesn't have carbon particles that interfere with a reception to radio and telephone. It's also effective in blocking solar heat, even during the hottest times of the year, reducing the need for air conditioning.



The matt finish provides superior UV protection and insulation.



More expensive than metalized or colored films.


Window Tint Film Made out of Ceramic


It's the best window tint, with ceramic particles that provide exceptional protection against harmful UV rays as well as solar radiation, keeping the car cool in summer. It's the latest and most costly tinting film out there, but it also has the most durable finish and lifespan, as it's scratch and fade resistant.



It's tough and long-lasting with a sleek matte finish and great UV and heat resistance.



It is expensive and only available from only a few manufacturers.


AMB Auto Glass and Window Tint

5841 Mission Gorge Rd A, San Diego, CA 92120, United States

(619) 514-3537