We have a '99 CRV with stock (slightly gray tinted) windows. Is there
aftermarket windows available for the thing that are dark? The sunlight is
causing my 17 month-old to scream, particularly when the sun is so low.
I'm not sure I like those "treatment" coatings I've seen---all the ones I've
seen look horrible.
Suggestions? Remember the car at this point is 6 years old.
"His name was Robert Paulson. His name was Robert Paulson. His name was
There are plenty of places that apply tint film to auto windows,it looks
good,lasts a long time. You need to pick a reputable company,preferably one
that doesn't apply it outdoors where dirt gets under the film,causing
I have an 05 CRV with tinting over the existing tinted glass. It does great
in the day for the sun and heat (I'm in FL) , help with glare and is so
dark, you really can't see what's in the cargo area. In fact I don't need
to worry about changing the rearview mirror at night. However, keep in
mind that the extra tinting over the already tinted glass can make it harder
to see out the back at night. Since there are a variety of tint shades, and
you should be able to get an idea of what'll work best for you.
$$ wise, the pull down shade might be the cheapest route to go, especially
if you think the darker tint will be a problem driving at night.
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Yes, FL is one of the states particularly cracking down on it. Yes, there
are probably places that will tint as dark as you want legal or not, but a
reputable place will tint the back windows as dark as you want but leave the
front windows at least a shade lighter. Most states, including FL are
concerned with the darkness on windows of the front doors and being able to
see the driver, not the rear doors.
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