Repeal Pennsylvania tint law Title 75 Section (e)
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Having tint applied to the windows of your car doesn’t just add to its aesthetic value, but can also generate other beneficial results. Darkened windows aren’t just for the upper crust riding around in limousines, paparazzi-shy celebrities, or presidential motorcades. Window tint can be applied to any vehicle, new or used, to improve both safety and security .
Benefits of Window Tinting
Window tinting prevents the sun’s harmful UV rays from entering your car and more importantly your eyes and skin. Everyone already knows that high doses of UV rays can do considerable damage to your body.
Many drivers who spend a great deal of time commuting such as truck drivers, school bus drivers, patrolman or people whom drive a significant distance for work can develop skin cancer on the left side of their faces and arms. Keeping the sun’s rays from infiltrating your car with tinted windows can be a key step in ensuring that you’re doing your best to stay cancer free and healthy. Window tint film can keep a significant amount of UVA and UVB rays from entering your car and causing harm to your body.
Excessive UV ray exposure to the human skin is known to cause a wide range of health issues such as sunburn, premature aging, suppression of the immune system, damage to the skin and or skin cancer.
Adding tint to your windows can even protect the car itself. These damaging rays can also work their way into the interior of your car. They permeate the car’s flooring, dash, seat covers, and any part exposed to the light. This can cause great damage to your vehicle and even cause the interior to emit dangerous chemicals due to being overheated.
The adhesive used to attach the tint film to the window can also serve as a bonding agent for the glass in the tragic event of a car accident. It may help to reinforce the glass and keep the glass from shattering all over a driver or passenger or even prevent a body from flying through the windshield.
This is the most obvious advantage of window tinting. The window film can reject visible light from making its way to the interior, hence making it difficult for prying eyes to see what is beyond the window. Under normal circumstances, a car burglar is often motivated to commit a theft when he`s able to see what is inside the car.
Tinted windows also provides a Cool and Comfortable Interior.
One major benefit of window tint is that they can reduce the heat in your car. While regular glass windows only filter about 30% of solar heat, a professionally installed window tint can filter more than 80%.
The main benefit of heat reduction in your interior is the provision of comfortable and luxuriously cool conditions even during the hot summer period. The other remarkable benefit of a cool interior is that it can save on your fuel economy by lessening the need to use your air conditioning.
The final benefit of a cool interior is the preservation of the car’s interior. Continuous exposure to excessive heat can lead to the development of cracks in your leather seats and fading of the interior upholstery. As noted above.
Tinted windows protect the glass from shattering in case of an accident. The tint film is a laminate, and when applied to the cars` window, it holds the glass window together and provides an entirely sealed unit.
In the event of an accident or window breakage, the film holds the glass firmly, preventing it from shattering. Without the tint, the glass can easily shatter and spray flying pieces at occupants.
Most people wear sunglasses when they’re driving on a bright sunny day. Sunglasses reduces glare, and creates a safer environment for you to drive in. Tinted windows enhances the reduced glare and creates an even safer driving experience.
The choice of whether to tint or not is a personal choice that is currently illegal in the state of Pennsylvania. However, car window tinting is no longer a luxury as it used to be; it`s now becoming seen as a necessity. The benefits of window tint clearly outweigh any ridiculous law that truly holds no valid merit other than to nickle and dime law abiding citizens who have tint on their personal vehicle. Most state police ignore tint while smaller towns ticket drivers and use it for a source of income.
As you can see, there are many benefits and reasons to have your windows tinted. Health, safety, privacy and security just to name a few. If you would like to see this law repealed in the state of Pennsylvania, please help me gain as many signatures as possible and let our lawmakers know where we the people stand on this issue.
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