Thursday, September 21, 2017

4 Reasons Why You Should Have Your Car Tinted [ADVERTORIAL]


There’s no doubt about it: tinting your car’s windows make it look better. But did you know that aside from mere visual appeal, there are many other reasons why you should consider applying high-quality tint or window film to your car’s windows? Here are 4 reasons why you should have your car tinted.

# 1. Protects against fade

The unrelenting heat and UV rays from the sun can turn your car’s interior into a mess in just a few years. All this can be prevented by applying professional window films that block up to 99 percent of UV rays while also significantly reducing heat. For instance, Nano-Tech Clearsky 9060 allows 73 percent visible light transmission, while blocking out 94 percent of the sun’s infrared heat and 99 percent of UV rays. Blocking these two primary causes of fading will help you protect your interior from cracking and warping.

#2. Cuts eye strain and glare

With traffic adding hours to the daily commute, one commonly overlooked muscle that gets a lot additional strain are the eyes. Whatever the cause—direct sunlight, headlights, reflection from water or surrounding buildings, glare isn’t just annoying but it can also make your eyes tire quickly. In more extreme causes of glare, it can even cause temporary blindness! Though investing in good sunglasses may do the trick, your passengers may not be so lucky especially if you always have children or the elderly with you. Going for a quality window film does an excellent job of gutting glare for everyone onboard.

#3. Cools the interior

With the right window film, you can drastically reduce the heat inside your car, especially during the scorching summer months. By controlling hotpots and unwanted interior heat from the sun, high-quality tints can create a more comfortable driving experience while also reducing the strain from your car’s air conditioner. The Nano-Tech Charcoal Film for instance cuts out 96 percent of heat and thanks to its nano-ceramic technology, it provides the maximum level of protection with the best clarity.

#4. Adds security and privacy

The safety benefit of installing window film on your car cannot be underestimated. Tinting gives you additional protection by keeping valuables away from prying eyes. Going further, the Nano-Tech Automotive Security Film has the ability to hold shattered glass together, increasing the time and effort it takes for a would-be thief to enter your vehicle. This acts as a great deterrent to “smash-and-grab” theft.

It’s pretty obvious that installing a high-quality window film or tint greatly adds peace of mind that protects not only your vehicle, but all those who travel in it as well.

However, since it’s very easy for window film or tint to be get contaminated with dirt, dust, or even hair during installation, one should also consider picking a professional installer who can ensure a quality installation.

L.A. Car Accessories offers just that: a dust and pollution-free tinting process, thanks to their in-door, air conditioned “Tint Room.” Currently, L.A. Car Accessories has an ongoing “Tint My Ride” promo that gives you big discounts for all your tinting needs.

And to sweeten the deal further, CarGuide.PH Readers are receiving an exclusive offer. Print or show the coupons below and it entitles you to:
  • 10% off Xtrons Car Entertainment System
  • 5% off HP Dashcam F330
Hurry though since this promo is valid until October 31, 2017 at their Makati branch only.

L.A. Car Accessories is located at Glory Building, 7427 Yakal Street, San Antonio Village, Makati City. L.A. Another branch is located at Teoville III, 52B President’s Avenue, Parañaque. Soon to open at Molave Street, Kamputhaw, Cebu City.

L.A Car Accessories sells the entire line of Nano-Tech window films as well as a wide range of car accessories, car sound and entertainment systems. You can also check out their offerings via their Facebook page or website.

1 comment:

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