- Reflects up to 75% of heat, keeping the interior of your car cooler.
- Reflects sunlight, keeping the heat and bright light off passengers, an essential when carrying young children!
- Reflects 99% of harmful UV rays.
- Provides a darker atmosphere, great for in-car DVD player viewing, and greater security as valuables as less visible.
- Greatly enhances vehicles look, with many customers stating ‘it sets the car off’!
- Keeps glass in place in event of break in or accident.
Vehicle Window Tinting and the Law
As of 1st January 2004, new legislation has been in affect to restrict certain car windows being tinted.
The new law was put in place as fears were growing that excessively dark tinted windows were restricting visibility in a dangerous manner.
Which Windows Does The Law Prevent From Being Tinted?
The UK Road Vehicles (Construction & Use) Regulations 1986 Act states that front side windows must allow 70% of light to pass through them, and the windscreen must allow 75%.
If the glass is tinted to a point whereby it lets through less light, then the vehicle does not meet legal requirements.
So What Can We Tint?
No law applies to the tinting of windows behind the front doors, they can be as clear or as dark as you choose
These can be used to henance the appearance of your car, or even change the colour of the roof or the whole car If you own a business you can have you corporate logo as part of the design which is a good way to have a mobile advert for your company
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