Most of us spend time in our vehicle either as a driver or passenger, so why not get the ultimate comfort and clarity for your ride? Due to the hot climate in Malaysia, tinting our car windows and windscreens is almost an indispensable thing to protect ourselves from excessive heat and harmful UV exposure while driving. But do you know that not all car tinting films are the same? Even with some tinting films, you may still be suffering:
Window tint provides people safety as a window with tinting film can literally hold together fragments of shattered glass, preventing it from flying into the air in an accident, which reduces the potential for being injured. It offers protection from the debilitating glare of the sun, as well as the bright headlights of an oncoming car, allowing you to see better and concentrate more on driving.
Window tinting shades are measured by VLT (visible light transmission), which is the total amount of visible light that passes through your windows. The lower the number, the less visible light is being transmitted, which means darker. The higher the number, the more visible light is being transmitted, which means brighter.