UV Tinting Film for Windows

Did you know that window film can offer UV Protection? Car window UV protection not only protects you and your passengers from the damage caused by harmful UV rays but also protects your car’s interiors from premature fading, wear & tear. Below is information on our range of UV tint for car windows we offer New Zealand wide and the added benefits of UV tinting your car.

Tint a Car is New Zealand’s most trusted window tinting network. We have been providing tinting services in New Zealand for over 42 years, offer a Lifetime Nationwide Warranty on most films (which are government certified by ARPANSA to ensure the highest quality) and offer a 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re not completely satisfied.

Our Range Of UV Tint For Car Windows

In addition to offering protection from UV rays, we offer a range of films that provide other benefits too including:

  • Octane – our darkest legal window tint offering the ultimate in privacy and style
  • Spectre – Ceramic film that offers the highest level of infrared heat rejection and zero interference to signals from electronic devices
  • High Octane – combining our darkest legal tint with enhanced strength to provide a protective barrier between you and the glass (helps to prevent injury in the event of an accident and helps to defend against ‘smash & grabs’)
  • Formula One – offers optical clarity and outstanding performance with UPF50+ protection against heat, glare and UV rays

We also offer Midnight express which offers the benefits of car window tint UV protection at an entry-level price. You can get your car tinted with car window tint UV protection film from just $295. Speak to us to find out more.

Get A Quote To UV Tint Your Car Today

With stores located across New Zealand, covering your car’s windows with the goodness of UV tint for cars has never been easier. Drop into one of our stores and speak to our friendly team of professionals for expert advice, recommendations and help to pick the right tint for your car.

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