3M automotive window films vary in color, degree, and quality. Amber, gray, brown, tan, and blue shades are available in order to match or compliment the color of any vehicle, as well as accommodate owner preference. Custom films can be created to include graphics, a business logo, or one-of-a-kind designs. The degree of the tint ranges from very light to as dark as the law allows. Those interested in tint will want to check local laws to avoid penalties. Tinting laws vary by state, so check the laws for all states traveled on a regular basis. This is especially important for drivers who live near state lines or independently own a long haul trailer truck.
Quality makes an enormous difference in the look and performance of the 3M automotive window films. A low-quality film will peel, crack, or bubble up in the middle. The shading may not be consistent, and the tint may not lay flat. The windows will look nice for a short period of time, then start to look shabby. Cheap window films are not worth placing on the windows. High-quality window films, such as 3M brand, are cost-effective and will come with a lifetime warranty. Customers can visit us to get complete details on the warranty offered. The films will maintain their look and function for many years into the future. A slightly higher price initially is less expensive than having cheap film removed and replaced.
Benefits to having window film placed on vehicles include comfort for the driver and passengers, an increase in privacy and security, and prolonging the life of the interior. Films keep out excessive heat and prevent harmful ultraviolet rays from burning occupants. They also reduce wear and tear of the air conditioning system. Glare is reduced as well for better visibility. Security is increased because potential thieves cannot easily see into the vehicle. They are less likely to risk breaking into the car when they are not sure if the action will be profitable. Constant exposure to sunlight will expedite fading of the interior and damage any music compact discs left in the car. Film is essential if the vehicle is kept in a driveway, rather than under a carport or in a garage.