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Window Tinting In Las Vegas
Although tinting the windows of your car has appearance benefits, it also has numerous practical and economic advantages. Consider for example how much money window tinting can save by protecting the interior of cars from the sun. Whether a car owner wants their shining leather to maintain its vibrance, or their dashboard not to crack, window tinting is a great and affordable solution for all. But protecting your car is not the only advance you’ll get from investing in tinting. Safety Benefits of Window Tinting With light glare playing a major part in accidents, the National Traffic Safety Institute has prioritized headlight glare research as the leading cause of nighttime crashes. Because of this, the tints applied by many car detailers in Las Vegas, such as The Best Detail, use products that provide glare protection for drivers. Car detailers even have window tints that are not dark, but still provide protection from glare. Once window tinting is applied to a car it will instantly begin to reduce anywhere from 5-40% of glare light that makes it through your windows. This includes headlight glare, snow and water reflections, sand reflections, the sun, and other sources of distracting lights. Economic Benefits of Window Tinting Window tints protect your car’s interior so that you don’t have to worry about replacing sun-damaged leather or dashboards, but they also increase fuel efficiency and A/C unit lifetimes. Since window tints can reject up to 41% of heating coming in through windows, it means that car owners won’t have to run their A/C as much when it’s hot. This in turn will cause more gas to be saved. Not to mention that the A/C won’t be stressed as much and it won’t be as likely to need repairing or replacement. Window Tints Protect your Skin A recent study by Butler and Fosko discovered that most skin cancers in the USA develop on the left side of bodies and face. This study also found that men, who statistically spend more time driving cars, are also more likely to develop skin cancer. Through various studies, as well as the Butler and Fosko one, it has become clear that driving is correlated with a higher chance of developing skin cancer. Since skin cancer is linked to UV radiation from the sun 90 percent of the time, lowering UV exposure is the best way to lower your chances of developing it. Window tint manufactures know how dangerous UV radiation can be, especially with long exposure as seen in, so they developed tints that block UV rays. Today most window tints block up to 99% of UV rays. So that means that applying window tints isn’t just a way to protect your car from the interior, but also a way to protect your own body from the sun. While UV rays may not appear harmful or like they will “burn” your skin while driving, imagine the combined effect of driving for an entire lifetime and being exposed to UV rays for so long. Improve your Car’s Value Yes, window tints will keep your car cool temperature wise. But window tints will also make your car look cool. Looking cool is a big bonus when you sell your car to a dealer or a direct buyer. An investment in window tints early on cannot only increase your car’s value by making it look better, but by also protecting the interior from cracks and damage until you sell it. A car with a faded or cracked dashboard is going to sell for a lot less than one without those imperfections. And most often than not, it’s cheaper to protect your car with window tints than to spend money later on fixing damage that could have been avoided.