Ceramic and Carbon films available in every shade.
Improve aesthetics, block heat and dangerous UV rays.
RIDE IN STYLE & COMFORT
Whether you're concerned about excessive heat, privacy, UV Protection, a faded interior, or security. Enhancing the comfort and appearance of your vehicle.
STAY COOL BY REDUCING HEAT
On hot summer days, cars overheat quickly and metal seatbelts get too hot to handle. Keep your car cooled for a more comfortable ride.
Window films are available in different tint levels that block up to 95% of visible light, providing increased privacy for you, your passengers and belongings.
TINT FOR YOUR SPECIFIC STYLE
Choose a Automotive Window Film that expresses your unique style and matches the character of your car. Choose from our carbon , neo chrome , ceramic , mirror and two tone tints to maintain the appearance of your vehicle or darker tint for added privacy.
Block Harmful UV Rays
With every carpool, commute and country drive, your UV exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays increases. According to The Archives of Dermatology, dangerous radiation from the sun is associated with about 90% of all skin cancers. Out ceramic window film is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation as an effective UV protectant providing up to 1000 SPF let’s also not forget that UV rays take a toll on your car’s interior too. Fabrics, leather and plastics which absorb UV light and then fade, change color, weaken or break down. Our automotive window tints block up to 99% of these harmful UV rays.
What are the Different Types of
Window Tint Films?
Of all the different types of window films available, they typically boil down to the following types. We’ve quickly defined the main differences between these window film materials as well as give you a star rating
Dyed Window Tint Film
(not offered at auto sports) Dyed tint is the most economical type of window-tinting film – least expensive and rather less functional than the others – blocks light rays by the addition of dye to the film; the dye is placed in a layer next to the adhesive, and then applied to the window. Solar heat is absorbed by the dye in the film, thus preventing some of the heat from entering through the window. However, dyed window-tinting film is used primarily for appearance. From the outside, dyed film looks flat and opaque, providing some privacy while still permitting visibility from the interior; when used on the windows of an automobile, it will appear black. The dye does tend to fade with time, however. The heat-reduction provided by most varieties of dyed film is not particularly high.
Can I have Tinted Windows on my Vehicle?
Effective January 1st 2017, examination of tinted or shaded windows will be required during motor vehicle inspections. A video about this change is available on YouTube.
Section 375 (12-a) of the NYS Vehicle and Traffic Law does not allow a windshield or front side windows that are dark.
• The windshield and front side windows cannot block more than 30% of the light.
◦ Seventy percent or more of the light from the outside must pass through the window.
• This law also applies to the rear window unless the vehicle has outside rear-view mirrors on both sides.
◦ The mirrors must give the driver a full and clear view behind the vehicle.
• Rear side windows must also allow at least seventy percent of light from the outside to pass through the window if the vehicle is classified as a
◦ station wagon
(A vehicle falls into one of these categories if it is labeled “Passenger Car” on the Federal ID label found on the left front door panel.
It is illegal to sell, offer for sale, or install glass that does not comply with this law. It is illegal to operate a vehicle with glass that does not comply with this law.)
Effective December 20, 2017, NYS Health department regulations have been updated to specify additional medical conditions that may qualify for an exemption from the limits on light transmittance. If you have one of the medical conditions below that require you to have tinted vehicle windows, you may request an exemption from the law using the Application for Tinted Window Exemption (MV-80W).
• chronic actinic dermatitis/actinic reticuloid
• lupus erythematosus
• xeroderma (pigmentosa) pigmentosum
• severe drug photosensitivity, provided that the course of treatment causing the photosensitivity is expected to be of prolonged duration
• photophobia associated with an ophthalmic or neurological disorder
• any other condition or disorder causing severe photosensitivity in which the individual is required for medical reasons to be shielded from direct rays of the sun.