Many vehicle window tints are designed primarily for added privacy and enhanced aesthetics. While these are both positive attributes, to be sure, they are essentially cosmetic updates to an automobile, and have little impact on how the car, truck, or sports utility vehicle performs in real world driving situations. Rayno automotive window film was designed with performance and protection in mind, with tangible benefits weighed more heavily than the subjective benefits of privacy tint that changes window color or shading.
Rayno auto window tint is available in several variations that enhance the privacy of your vehicle, and it does come in several shades that improve the appearance of the automobile as well, adding some depth and style to the vehicle. But these benefits are essentially secondary: Rayno window tinting is designed to improve the way your car performs. It does that primarily by selectively blocking portions of the sunlight spectrum. Rayno auto tints reject almost 100% of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation, preventing your upholstery and dashboard from fasting and cracking and preventing skin damage while you are in the car. Those drivers who spend long hours behind the wheel, such as truckers, livery or taxi drivers, or anyone with a long commute owes it to their own health to consider Rayno window tint.
Automotive tinting from Rayno also blocks a significant portion of the sun’s infrared radiation, which is invisible but warming. That keeps the cabin cooler, more comfortable, safer, and means your vehicle will consume less fuel and electricity in the name of cabin climate control. Rayno window film allows in enough of the sunshine’s visible spectrum to keep the interior well lit during the daytime, but it reduces the harsh glare of sunlight that can make driving unpleasant and even unsafe. And Rayno car window tint does not reduce the clarity of the view out through the windows at all.