Why You Should Consider Automotive Window Film

Why You Should Consider Automotive Window Film

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Why You Should Consider Automotive Window Film

 

Have you been considering getting automotive window film for your car? Tinting your windows can give your car a more modern and stylish look. That’s not the only reason to consider investing in window tinting, however. While adding style is a valid reason, there are several more substantial benefits that come with window tinting. Here are some worth considering.

 

UV Protection

 

UVA and UVB rays from the sun are quite dangerous. These rays can fade your car’s interior, damage leather and vinyl, and even cause substantial damage to your skin. Other than the windshield, normal automotive glass does not provide significant protection from UV rays.

 

Window film can block as much as 99.9 percent of UV radiation, providing important protection for your car’s interior and the people inside the car. In fact, car window tinting offers similar protection to applying sunscreen with an SPF of 285.

 

This is an important benefit. Consider this: Citing a study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, the Skin Cancer Foundation reported that 53 percent of skin cancers in the United States occur on a person’s left side, the “driver’s side” of cars. This has been attributed to the UV radiation to which drivers are exposed via the driver’s side window while driving.

 

Window tinting can help reduce this risk. You and your passengers will have less of a chance of developing skin cancer, and tinting will help prevent fading and damage to your car’s interior. Sun exposure also can weaken seat belts, and window tinting can make this less of a risk.

Improved Security and Privacy

 

Want to deter a would-be thief from breaking into your car? Tinting can make it more difficult to see any valuables you may have left inside your vehicle. When a thief is deciding which vehicle to target, the ability to view the possessions inside could be the deciding factor in whether to attempt a quick smash and grab.

 

In addition to also providing more privacy, some window tints also slightly increase the strength of the glass. With the right window tint, the shattering of glass might be reduced, along with the risk of injury to the vehicle’s occupants, in the event of an accident.

 

Reduced Glare

 

Drivers know the importance of wearing sunglasses to reduce glare coming from the environment. Even a reflection from a body of water or a passing vehicle can cause significant glare, limiting the driver’s ability to see and drive safely. Window tinting can help reduce this glare significantly, improving a driver’s ability to safely operate his or her vehicle.

 

Less Interior Heat

 

Just about everyone is familiar with the discomfort that comes from getting into a car on a hot day, when the interior temperature could be 10 and maybe even 20 degrees higher than that outside. It can be almost unbearable. Window tinting reflects sunlight away from the vehicle, and this, in turn, decreases heat gain. While your car’s interior still will heat up some in the sun, you will notice a significant reduction in the amount of heat gain with window tinting. (You should still never leave a child or pet unattended inside a closed, hot car.)

 

You will notice further benefits while driving. Your interior temperature won’t climb as much, so you might not need the air conditioner on full blast the entire time. In addition to enjoying a more comfortable ride, you likely will reduce your fuel consumption with the air conditioner running less.

 

Window tinting provides significant benefits to you and your car. If you love the look of window tint, embrace it — knowing that you are doing something important to protect your investment at the same time.

 

Rachel Min is Director of Marketing at Rayno Window Film Inc. Min has been highly involved in promoting the Rayno brand, products, benefits and services since Rayno’s inception.

 

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