The 3 Most Common Myths About Car Tint

The 3 Most Common Myths About Car Tint

If you’re interesting in tinting your car windows, you’ve likely come across crazy facts and figures that describe the process and the legality of it. We’re here to get set the record straight, so you can get your car tint matching your preference.

Here’s the three biggest myths we hear at Auto Tint Rider:

  1. Car Tint Is Illegal

Wrong, wrong, absolutely wrong. Tinting your windows is legal in each of the 50 states. That being said, each state does have their own state-wide tinting laws, so you’ll want to make sure you check our table to establish that your tint shade is legal, and dark enough to make you happy.

  1. Installing Your Own Tint is Difficult

Once again, this couldn’t be further from the truth. If you’ve ever run your hands over glass, then you can tint your own windows. We provide easy, step-by-step instructions on how to complete the process. In addition, because you’re tinting your own windows, you’ll get a tint kit completely custom make to fit your car’s make, model, and year. Plus, it’ll save you the trouble of dealing with a tint shop who can change the price to match however they’re feeling that day. Installing your own car tint is not only the cheapest option, it’s often the most convenient for many drivers.

  1. Car Tinting is Dangerous

Some folks think that darkening your windows, particularly the windshield and rear, can make driving impossible. But that’s simply not the case. All of our tints are carefully measured to allow the appropriate amount of light in, and state laws ensure that safety is there for both those on the outside of the car, and the inside. If you’re following state law, then providing a tint for your automobile is perfectly safe for all.

Now that you’ve gotten over the myths, get your own car tint today by ordering online from us! Find your vehicle here!