Window tint

Started by Gman, July 23, 2022, 20:58

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Gman

Thought I'd post this photo of my car with the blue chameleon window tint.

Topdownman

Looking smart!

Looks like you dont trust your handbrake, I cant think why......
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puma2

 :))  :)) you only did the bit which covers your steering wheel :))  :))

TuflyaMartina

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There are several methods of application, the most popular of which is removable. It does not require high monetary costs and is arranged quite simply. The base components are pigments and polymers. It is important to consider aesthetic and practical factors to choose the best film for tinting your car windows. Do not forget about the regulatory restrictions. You will have to pay regular fines and risk your safety by violating them. For example, I didn't install tinting on my car but simply installed Snap Shades sun visors. If you like tinting, then install the only quality film.

Carolyn

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Quote from: TuflyaMartina on October 17, 2022, 09:27There are several methods of application, the most popular of which is removable. It does not require high monetary costs and is arranged quite simply. The base components are pigments and polymers. It is important to consider aesthetic and practical factors to choose the best film for tinting your car windows. Do not forget about the regulatory restrictions. You will have to pay regular fines and risk your safety by violating them. For example, I didn't install tinting on my car but simply installed Snap Shades sun visors. If you like tinting, then install the only quality film.

This member (one of quite a few from the USA that have applied in the last few days) has obviously joined to sneak in external advertising.  I have had to reject several of these applications and the two that were allowed though both included external links to products in their first posts. They have both now been banned.

This is very unfortunate, as one or two genuine applicants may well have been rejected, but three American applications every day is just too dodgy (and far outside any norm) to allow them through.

My apologies to our much valued American members.  Hopefully, this campaign of trying to get though our defences will soon cease and we can return to normal vis a vis our lovely American cousins.
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Petrus

Unless homologated ánd applied by an approved fitter it is illegal here (and most likely the UK too).  Quite logical.