If you can't choose between metalized or dyed window tints, then why not install hybrid films instead? What is a hybrid tint and what are the advantages of putting it on your car windows?
What Are Hybrid Window Tints?
Different window tints are made from different materials and processes. These differences affect the way the tints look, the way they work, and their cost.
For example, dyed tints contain various layers of dyed plastic.
Owning a car with a window tint was traditionally associated with very high-end, luxury vehicles that were out of reach of the bulk of Australians. However, today you can get a window tint for as little as a few hundred dollars for the entire car. Depending on the level of tint you want, this price can go up or down, but window tinting has never been more affordable. If you are considering ways to improve and update your vehicle, then here are three reasons why you should consider tinting your car's windows.
Life can be very stressful if you have so much to do in a given day, but something unexpected gets in your way. When this happens, your schedule may fall flat while your blood pressure levels may go in the other direction entirely. However, if you think that you are stressed, spare a thought for your windscreen. This piece of reinforced glass has to put up with extremes of nature, differences in pressure and even poor maintenance, all while retaining its composure.
When you're driving down the road, you want the cleanest, clearest view of the road possible. Tired of not being able to see clearly? Want to proactively ensure that you can always see perfectly? Then check out these tips.
1. Make Sure Your Windscreen Is Not Tinted
It's illegal to have your front windscreen tinted, but some people do it anyway. If you have purchased a used vehicle, make sure that the front windscreen is not tinted.