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Old 11-10-2013, 07:10 PM   #381
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5% on the front two windows, 3% on the back windows, & 35% on the windshield
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Hows the driving at night time?
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Here is my 2006 Screw full 15% tint.

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Front - 30% & rear is stock.
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I'm not sure if you're talking about just the tint in general driving at night or mainly referring to just the windshield. I assume windshield, but could be wrong.

The windshield isn't bad at all. The sides and back are much more difficult, but you can roll those windows down when you back up, and the camera helps tremendously. I live in the city so when I'm driving at night time, the roads are already so lit up from my headlights, street lights, city lights, restaurant lights, etc that it's not a problem to see. However, if you lived out in the country where there is little city light and street lights then it would make it more difficult.

My last 3 cars have all had windshield tint and won't ever drive one without it again. I can't tell you how much cooler the inside of my truck stays. Most of the sun comes in through the windshield so it makes the biggest difference in the world.

Every single person who has seen it in person and ridden with me is always surprised how easy it is to see out and loves it. It's amazing to keep the sun out of your eyes as well. I've never had to flip down my sun visor or even wear sunglasses while in my truck. It also is nice to not be blinded by other drivers headlights.

EDIT: If you want a picture from the inside looking out or a little comparison just let me know. I took those on my cell phone so I can run out and do the same.
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Matched rear OEM as close as possible...
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I'm not sure if you're talking about just the tint in general driving at night or mainly referring to just the windshield. I assume windshield, but could be wrong.

The windshield isn't bad at all. The sides and back are much more difficult, but you can roll those windows down when you back up, and the camera helps tremendously. I live in the city so when I'm driving at night time, the roads are already so lit up from my headlights, street lights, city lights, restaurant lights, etc that it's not a problem to see. However, if you lived out in the country where there is little city light and street lights then it would make it more difficult.

My last 3 cars have all had windshield tint and won't ever drive one without it again. I can't tell you how much cooler the inside of my truck stays. Most of the sun comes in through the windshield so it makes the biggest difference in the world.

Every single person who has seen it in person and ridden with me is always surprised how easy it is to see out and loves it. It's amazing to keep the sun out of your eyes as well. I've never had to flip down my sun visor or even wear sunglasses while in my truck. It also is nice to not be blinded by other drivers headlights.

EDIT: If you want a picture from the inside looking out or a little comparison just let me know. I took those on my cell phone so I can run out and do the same.
I meant by the windshield lol. sorry for not clarifying. I'm about to tint my windows and was gonna do the windshield and didnt know how it would look at night. I'm also in the city so like you said the lights will help. I apprciate the detailed feedback!
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@CLABRO Ooowee I like it a lot. I had my windows that dark on my last few vehicles. I had to down the windows to make sure I was not getting ready to go in a ditch on some of them country roads at family houses. I say Rigid Industries would work well for lighting up the area and being able to see with dark tint...ha ha

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