Auto Window Tinting Frequently Asked Questions
How much does does it cost to tint my vehicle?
The cost varies with different models of vehicle, due to the different shapes of vehicles and various sizes of glass used in today’s cars. For a free instant quotation please Contact Us.
Does the cost depend on which shade of tint I choose?
The shade of tint you choose for your vehicle will have no effect on the price. However in our Dynamic security film range clear film is cheaper than the tinted versions.
How long would it take you to tint my vehicle?
In most cases we will be able to tint your vehicle within half a day. If you decide to have Dynamic security film applied to your vehicle we would require your vehicle for a full day.
Can I use my vehicle and windows straight away?
You will be able to drive away in your newly tinted vehicle straight away, however the windows can not be used for 36 hours, this allows the tinted film to dry and cure successfully.
Will I have to do anything different when I clean my vehicle?
The tinted film is applied to the inside of the vehicle glass so you can clean the outside of your vehicle in your normal way, either with a bucket and sponge or through a car wash. When cleaning the inside of the windows, this should be done with a soft cloth and normal window cleaner. Abrasive products should be avoided when cleaning any windows.
How long does the tinted film last?
Dynamics tinting service and products are guaranteed for the lifetime of your ownership of the vehicle.
Can the tinted film be removed if wished?
Yes the tinted film can be removed easily by our professional team.
Is it possible to apply a tinted film to my windscreen?
Due to current UK legislation we are unable to supply and fit a tinted film to your vehicles front windscreen. Road Vehicles (Construction & Use) Regulations 1986 as amended, specify the minimum levels of light that must pass through the windscreen. This states for any vehicle first used on or after 1 April 1985, the light transmitted through the windscreen must be at least 75%. If the glass is tinted to a point whereby it lets through less light, the vehicle does not meet legal requirements. For more information visit our The Car Window Tinting Law page.
Are there any laws enforcing which shade of tint I have on my vehicle windows?
Again the Road Vehicles (Construction & Use) Regulations 1986 as amended, specify the minimum levels of light that must pass through the front side windows. This states for any vehicle first used on or after 1 April 1985, the light transmitted through the front side windows must be at least 70%. If the glass is tinted to a point whereby it lets through less light, the vehicle does not meet legal requirements. For more information visit our The Car Window Tinting Law page.
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