Subtle changes can make big differences in the visual impact of your vehicle. Take this Nissan Altima for example. Its owner chose the LLumar Enhanced Style ATC 5-percent shading “limo” window tint, one of the darkest tint shades we offer. Now the car has been transformed from an everyday driving machine to a professional-looking beauty worthy of chauffeuring A-list celebrities:

Nissan Window Tintz Los Angeles
Nissan Window Tintz Los Angeles

The “5 percent” in “Enhanced Style ATC 5-percent shading” means this window tint will allow only 5 percent of light to penetrate beyond it and into the vehicle’s interior space. This shot serves as a pretty good example of how much privacy you can expect to gain with a limo tint:

Nissan Window Tint LA
Nissan Window Tint LA

Before

Factory window tint does not provide much privacy, nor the protective and reflective benefits of high-quality window tint films such as by LLumar or Huper Optik. In the Greater Los Angeles area, minimal shading such as factory tinting offers little privacy, as well as hardly any protection at all from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. And in sunny Southern California, it can be a crucial mistake to leave it be.

Nissan Altima Window Tint Los Angeles
Nissan Altima Window Tint Los Angeles

After

The difference is dramatic. Not only will the owner now enjoy much more privacy and protection from the sunshine, the car’s exterior appearance looks better. Gone is the distraction of the see-through windows, which provided a sort-of break between the car’s paint color and model details. The darker windows seem to blend in to the overall exterior aesthetic impression. The Altima now exudes sophistication, success, discretion, and class.

Nissan Altima Window Tint LA
Nissan Altima Window Tint LA

While from the outside it’s now very difficult to see what’s inside, notice portions of the video where you can see through the tinted windows going the other way, from the inside-out. If you’ve ever been in a limo you know the visuals to the outside world are not terribly distracted by the very dark window tint shading. Car owners don’t have to be afraid of “going too dark” for fear of negatively impacting the ability to see outside (and therefore drive, or see views).