Window tint is more than just a cosmetic accessory to add to your car or truck — in many parts of the country and world it's an absolute necessity. But, as anyone who owns a vehicle knows, it can be downright expensive to have your windows tinted by a shop. Still, the reason that professional tinters get paid so much is because window tinting is not as simple as slapping on a bumper sticker.
Here at Rvinyl, we want to make it easy for you to get the tint and protection you need and a large part of that has to do with helping you figure out whether a precut DIY window tint kit is the best option or if you should take your ride in to have it professionally tinted. Our ever-growing selection of articles and opinion pieces will help you figure out what the best solution to your tinting needs might be so, don't be shy, read on now.
Whether you're tinting your vehicle using sheets of film or with a precut window tint kit, this pages is full of tips and tricks to for do-it-yourself film installation. Of course installing it is just not enough, there are laws that vary from state to state regarding the legality of film shades or VLT. Get in the know, get with the pros and learn about tinting laws right here.
Daniel just tinted out his retro-styled 500 with a
complete Rtint® window tint kit
and you can too. Check out our detailed window tint laws
pages to help you navigate your way through the legalities
of tint shades. Read up on the benefits of UV-blocking
window tint. Watch out handy installation tutorials. Oh, and
did we mention that you can save tons of money when it's
time to buy some tint?