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Apr 16, 2022
Windshield Protection is now available to save your windshield from rock chips and cracks
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Oct 09, 2020
Toyota Glass Warning for 2021 Venza
A Toyota Glass Warning for 2021 Venza that all Venza Owners should know about. This page describes the issue and what to look for.
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Aug 15, 2020
Jeep Dash Defect
This page outlines a problem - the Jeep Dash Defect - that usually is prone to the 2011 to 2018 Grand Cherokee (but may occur on more recent model years)
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Jun 14, 2020
Ford Defroster Wires Flaw
Ford Defroster Wires on the many late model F150 trucks are defective. They are attached improperly and fall off very easily.
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May 01, 2020
Our Disinfecting Service
Many people do not know we also offer a disinfecting service. We can effectively remove viruses, bacteria, and bad odors from your car.
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Apr 25, 2020
Here you will find information about the warranty that covers your window tinting. We hope this will give you peace of mind and confidence in the product.
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Dec 06, 2019
We recognize that your privacy is important. This document outlines what information we collect, what we do with it, and how we protect that data.
May 08, 2019
Front Two Doors?
Should you only tint the front two doors of your new truck, SUV, or Minivan? If this describes your mindset, you might want to rethink things.
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TESLA MODEL 3 & X OWNERS!!!
The following is from an owner of a 2018 Tesla Model 3.
Because of this post to a Tesla forum, we WILL NOT TINT THE FRONT WINDSHIELD ON THE MODEL 3 OR MODEL X until Tesla fixes the issue.
PSA - Do
not tint the windshield on a Tesla Model 3!!
I took delivery of my Model 3 about two
weeks ago. As a previous owner of a Model S, I have to say that I am pleasantly
surprised by the finished product. Not only do I have an easier time getting in
and out, it’s also a fun car to drive with some really cool features. Unfortunately
not all is well in the land of Tesla.
For those who live in a hot and sunny
climate and are used to tinting all their windows, including the windshield,
don’t. My Model 3 has been at the SC for over a week because the computer fried
after liquid penetrated the area between the windshield and dashboard. The
problem began after the initial cleaning of the windshield. Although paper
towels were laid out on the dash and over the screen, just spraying the
windshield and wiping it clean was enough to cause the screen to begin
something called phantom touch (google it). This caused the AC to turn on
randomly, frustrating the installer and myself as the AC just kept turning on
no matter what I did. I eventually I just turned the fan all the way down and
figured I’ll deal with the problem afterward as I previously read that phantom
touch is a known issue on the Model 3. Anyway, by the time the tint
installation was complete, the screen no longer worked. Luckily the car
remained drivable but without the use of the screen, all the controls and
gauges were not available. I tried to reset the screen, but it was evident that
there was some other issue going on here. I drove the Model 3 to the local SC
for them to diagnose the problem. So far they replaced the screen and now they
are replacing the computer. Hopefully that will fix it, but I’m definitely
concerned about this given that just cleaning the windshield can potentially
render your car unusable. Crazy.
Now, before people get crazy over
tinting the front windshield, I’ve been doing this for years and tinted the
windshield of my Model S without a problem using the same installer. In the
great State of Florida, it is legal to tint the front windshield due to medical
necessity. I’ve been doing it since I was diagnosed with a cancerous lesion on
my nose which was successfully excised and replaced with skin from the back of
my ear. As I was directed by my doctor to do all I can to avoid direct
sunlight, I tint my windshield. I have read on the TMC forums that this is a
known issue and some dealers are informing owners on delivery about this so
they don’t do it. My delivery specialist never mentioned it and since a users
manual was not included in the glove box or on the “About” screen, I don’t know
if it’s something I should have known. I did watch some introduction videos
on the website but they are very basic and don’t mention anything regarding
Hopefully this post helps those
planning on doing this to avoid it, but if you have/had any similar issues, I
would like to hear about them."
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