I guess my car has basic factory window tinting because it definitely would make sense for the manufacturer to use the lower end film
I have had my car for about 3 years now, plus I have no intentions of replacing it soon, especially since it is already paid off, plus I don’t desire to have a car payment anytime, but when I purchased my car, it came with typical factory tints that are in compliance with the state’s regulations… The tints placed on the back windows are darker than the singles on the front windows, however I have thought about getting darker tints for the front windows because the brutal sunlight has been so sizzling lately, plus I think that I could use the extra SPF protection. Well, I might have to get my window tinting done sooner than later at this point, because the factory tints are now peeling off my car windows. To be fully honest, I didn’t realize that car window tints peeled off in this way. I can’t remember this happening to any of my other cars. I do recall retinting my previous car to have darker tints, however that was not a result of peeling. So, in doing some research online, I discovered that car window tints usually last on average of about 5 years, however there are also high-quality car window tints that can easily last up to 10 years. I guess my car has basic factory window tinting because it definitely would make sense for the manufacturer to use the lower end film. Since my stupid car is 6 years old, it now makes sense why the window tints would be peeling. The really great news is, I can opt for a higher quality window tinting when I finally replace it.