FAQ

FAQ

Common Questions

How much does it cost to tint your windows?

A basic tint for an average-sized car using standard film may cost $99 for the entire vehicle. Using higher quality tint costs between $199 to $400 for the entire vehicle, depending on several factors, Aburumuh says. “That’s the price for heat rejecter tints,” Aburumuh says.

What is the darkest you can tint your windows?

The common allowable limits are 50 percent for the driver’s front and passenger’s front window, and 35 percent for the rear passenger or side windows and the back window. That means the front windows will allow more light through the window tint than the rear windows, though the difference in appearance is minor

What type of window tint is best?

The best ceramic tint features ceramic particles that are non-conductive. It performs very well and is the newest type of tint on the market. It blocks up to 99 percent of UV rays, reduces glare more than other types of tint, and does not fade.

Can police stop you for tinted windows?

The ‘take away’ from this is that the police may still pull you over for a violation of the Vehicle Code for window tint. However, they must not be able to see inside the vehicle for it to be a violation of the law. They may provide you with a warning or cite you.

How much does Tint cost for a 4 door car?

A basic tint for an average-sized car using standard film may cost $99 for the entire vehicle. Using higher quality tint costs between $199 to $400 for the entire vehicle, depending on several factors, Aburumuh says.

How long do window tints last?

5 years
Quality of tint: Standard films generally last up to 5 years on average. However, higher-quality films made with metal, ceramic, and high-grade polyester can last up to 10 years’ time. Always remember that the lifespan of window tint will inevitably decrease in time if maintenance isn’t done properly.

What is a good tint percentage?

It doesn’t mean that a window whose tint darkness is below 50% is the most effective. Even when 80% or 90% of light is allowed by your tint film, your driving can be impacted in one way or the other.

How long does it take to tint a 4 door car?

half to two hours
On the average four-door sedan, it can take anywhere between one-and-a-half to two hours. On cars with lots of glass surface area, steep window rake or complex curves, it could take two hours or more. Cars like the Corvette can take a while to tint, especially on liftback models featuring the domed rear window

Do car tints fade?

While window tint can fade over many years, it should last up to 20 years, which is probably longer than you will have your car

What is the best car tint brand?

The best window tint brands in the market today are LLumar and FormulaOne, Solar Gard, and Madico. 3m is also a good choice, although according to some users, the brand is not in the same class as the first mentioned. Anyway, the tinting film to use really depends on what works and looks best on your car