Tint & Audio Express

Tint & Audio Express

Mobile Window Tinting for residential, Auto and commercial. We come to your home, place of employment of kid's soccer game. We offer a flexible scheduling system with competitive pricing and the...

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Tampa Window Tinting 

Why ride like this?

Some other company's idea of a micro edge! 

Don't let this happen to you! Beware of fly by night companies, they sound cheap and promise a lifetime warranty! Don be fool!

Contact the best and only do it once! We will make sure your vehicle is done the right way. Our mobile window tinting crews are experts in Micro Edge technology. 


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Our Films can remove 99.9% of harmful UV rays.

Window tinting can prevent skin cancer! Protect your family.

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Must knows in FL

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  1. Let the pros handle the job— Contact us and rest assure that your job will be done by the best in the industry. A reputable service (like us) will be able to tell you the darkest shade of tint to use legally, show examples of their work, provide repair services and/or offer warranties, and will offer a sample of their tint.
  2. Know your state’s tint laws and abide by them. Refer to TintLaws.com for laws by state. Each state has different laws that may vary significantly. For example, Alaska requires at least 32% of visible light transmission while Idaho requires at least 35% for front and side windows and 20% or greater for rear windows.
  3. Don’t try it at home. It may be tempting to buy a DIY tint kit online, but window tinting requires precise measurements, specific tools, and in some states, a permit for installation. It’s easy to spot DIY tinting – they’re the ones with the peeling, cracked and bubbling tint.
  4. Don’t skimp on quality. If there was ever something to dig deep in your wallet for, it’s tint that is at least mid-grade. Ask the installer about the range of prices and quality choices. In high-temperature climates, you’ll want to spend the few extra bucks to make sure the tint lasts summer after summer. 
  5. Stick with shades of black, not colors. The ’80s and ’90s are long past, and we’d like to think so are the days of colored tint. In fact, some states have bans on certain colors for vehicle tint (North and South Carolina ban shades of red and yellow, for example). Most states have bans on any shade of red or blue window tint, presumably saving those colors for law enforcement.

Florida laws governing window tinting have been established since 1991. Non-reflective tint is allowed along the top of the windshield above the manufacturer’s AS-1 line. That’s essentially from the top of the window to the rearview mirror, roughly 6 inches. It’s illegal to tint the rest of the windshield with this reflective film since it will block driver's visibility.

Tinting also is allowed on the front side windows, rear side windows and back window, but the darkness of the tint is regulated. The darkness is measured by Visible Light Transmission (VLT), meaning that the tint you put on the window, plus the glass, must allow a certain percentage of light to pass through. For front side windows, it’s more than 28 percent and for the back side windows and rear window, more than 15 percent. We recommend that our customers do not go any lower than 30% in the fron side windows and 20% in the back side and rear glass.  Limo Tint which is the dark tint used on limos for privacy is only 5% VLT. This is way below FL state law. If you choose to have this type of VLT on your windows you are increasing your risk of obtaining a non moving traffic violation. If the darkness or type of film you are choosing violates any Florida laws you can rest assure we will inform. 

If this is too much to keep track of, you can trust our professional techs who are aware of the law and how dark and reflective tint can be. 


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