Millions of people in the United States are already enjoying the benefits of having tinted car windows and it’s already a common thing among many Americans thanks to the protection window tints offer. Car tints keep UV radiation and heat from coming inside the car, making it significantly cooler than cars without tints.
Despite being a common thing in the United States, there are still a lot of Americans who believe in “facts” about car tints even though they are absolute myths. There are around six myths regarding car tints that a lot of people believe.
One myth is that car tints are purely aesthetics that make your car look cool, another is that it is prohibited by the law since it is unlawful in a majority of international laws, and one more is that they will eventually bubble out.
People also believe that window tints decrease a car’s resale value, they are unbreakable, and that anyone can do it.
Most complications with car tints that gave rise to such myths tend to be caused by low-quality DIY window tints. By relying on DIY car tints, people would eventually have bubbly tints and reduced resale values that a lot of people worry about.
To know the details on the myths mentioned above, see this infographic by Global Tint.