WHAT KIND OF TINT DO YOU USE?
WHAT IS CARBON CXP SERIES?
Carbon CXP, a next generation window film, gives dealers the opportunity to offer their customers enhanced performance for high-end applications. Other features and benefits include: The latest in non-metal, nano-hybrid, Carbon technology Non-reflective, “black” finish that will not fade Superior heat, infrared, and UV rejection for increased comfort Signal enabling technology that causes no interference with cell phone, radio, or navigation system signals Lifetime Manufacturer’s warranty, that includes fading
WHAT IS CARBON SERIES?
SunTek’s Carbon line provides superior results for dealers looking for quality and performance. Other features and benefits include: A proprietary construction that utilizes unique and innovative Carbon technology Non-reflective, “black” finish that will not fade Great solar performance with advanced UV protection No metal layers that can cause interference with cell phone, radio, or navigation system signals on high-end vehicles Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty, that includes fading
WHAT ARE THE TINT LAWS?
Non- Reflective Film is allowed on the top 4 inches of the windshield. Driver door must allow more than 70% of light in. Any darkness can be used on rear passenger doors and rear window. Tint laws are the same in Fairfield. California Window Law. Can I put after-market car window tinting on the windows of my vehicle? The windshield and front driver’s side and passenger’s side windows cannot receive any aftermarket window tinting. If the rear window has window film, the vehicle must have outside rear view mirrors on both sides. The law prohibits any person from driving any motor vehicle with any window film, displayed, installed, affixed, or applied upon the windshield or side or rear windows, with certain limited exceptions. However, legislation signed into law effective January 1, 1999, exempts from the above prohibition specified clear, colorless, and transparent car window tinting that is installed, affixed, or applied to the front driver and passenger side windows for the specific purpose of reducing ultraviolet rays. If, as, or when this material becomes torn, bubbled or otherwise worn, it must be removed or replaced.