Window tinting is one way to make your vehicle stand out on the road, but it comes with its own set of benefits and drawbacks. We here at JBA Mitsubishi would like to share some pros and cons of window tinting so you can make an informed decision.
Pros of Window Tinting
- Interior Temperature – Much like a sunshade, window tinting can help prolong the interior of the vehicle and keep the temperature comfortable. By protecting the interior from the sun’s rays, window tinting effectively helps protect the upholstery from fading or cracking. As for the temperature, even a little window tint can make a major difference in Texas.
- Extra Security – Window tinting makes it much harder to see into a vehicle from the outside, which can add an extra layer of security and help deter thieves from breaking into your ride. After all, if thieves can’t see into the vehicle, how do they know if there’s anything worth stealing, or if someone is waiting inside?
Cons of Window Tinting
- Too Much Tint – Having too much window tinting could affect your visibility from the inside of the vehicle, especially when you’re driving at night. You could also end up violating state law.
- Peeling – Over time, your window tinting will begin to peel. That means you’ll need to remove it or have it redone in the future. Alternatively, you could leave the peeling window tinting, but it will likely affect the resale value of your vehicle.