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WHAT IS INCLUDED WITH YOUR CAR WINDOW TINTING KIT? All window tint film for cars are made of the highest quality ceramic tint precut onto a full roll of window tint. You will have to remove the surrounding tint first, this will leave the precuts on the clear backing for you to install them on your auto glass. All Side and Backs - This car window tint kit option will include all the side and back windows film pieces that you can install on your vehicle glass. Back Window Only - This will include only the large back window for your car glass. Fronts Only - This will include all the side windows that are connected to the front doors. It will also include any quarter window pieces that are in front of the front side windows. Practice Driver Front -This will include one precut window tinting film piece for the driver front window only. Sun Visor Only -This will include automotive window tint precut pieces for the front windshield only. These will vary in size but are from 3-7 inches depending on the car model. tint film for cars Side Window Visors - This is a car tint windows film option that can give you visor sun protection on you front side windows without the full window being tinted. These tint films are custom designed to cover the first 4 inches of your front side windows only. The Nano ceramic film will help in reducing sun glare and increase eye comfort. Front Windshield Only (if available) - This car window tint option will give you a full cut out of your front windshield. You may have to cut out your mirror and dot matrix lines. 22'' Wide 10' Long Roll Only - This is a great option if you desire a larger sun visor piece or just want to do a single side window installation without the form cut into the film. 22'' Wide 10' Long Roll Only - This is a great option if we dont have your front windshield template listed. You can make your own car window film cut out using this option. Or you may want to make a tinted sun roof for your car.

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