If your new car does not have tinted windows, there are several good reasons to consider having tinting done to them. The following are only a few things to think about that will help you decide if window tinting is s good idea for your car:
Tinted windows offer greater safety
When you are driving west as the sun is setting, the glare can be intense. The same is true for an early morning drive. If this happens routinely when driving to or from work, you need to consider automotive tinting. A car's sun visor may help, but only if the sunlight is coming at an angle and not straight forward. A pair of sunglasses can also help, but you have to remember them. In addition to safety, if you have passengers, window tinting will help them ride in your car more comfortably.
Tinted windows reduce damage to your car's interior
With less sunlight coming through your windows, there is less wear on your seats and other parts of the interior such as your dashboard. As most car owners are aware of, the sun causes breaking and peeling of vinyl on the seats. Protective coatings can be applied, but the reduction of sunlight has the greatest impact in preserving your interior over the span of several years. Less sunlight also means there will be less heat generated on your seats, steering wheel, or anything other places in your car's interior that your skin may come in contact with.
Tinted windows protect your health
Every time you drive, all of your exposed skin is being hit by the sun's rays at some point. Over the years, this can create a health problem for your skin. Although a little sun is good for you, a lot is not. Ultraviolet rays are known to cause skin cancer and at the very least will age your skin. People usually understand the need to protect their skin when outdoors, but they don't realize how their face, arms, and even legs are subjected to the sunlight while driving. Tinted windows cut down on harmful UV rays.
The process of having your windows tinted is fast, but you need to have it done by a professional automotive shop that does this work routinely. For one, the quality of the work will be high. But there may be laws in your jurisdiction stating how much tinting is allowed in your windows, and a professional will know what these limits are, so you will not have legal issues when you are driving down the street.