This is just part of what The Skin Cancer Foundation says about the importance of using an approved window tint like DUB iR while spending time in their vehicle:
“Road trips make great summer vacations, and they can be enjoyed safely as long as people take precautions. The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends the following ways to protect your skin, particularly when spending extended time in the car.”TREAT YOUR VEHICLE TO WINDOW FILM
“The sun’s ultraviolet radiation is associated with most cases of skin cancer, which will affect one in five Americans over a lifetime. Although car windshields are partially treated to filter out UVA, the side windows let in about 63% of the sun’s UVA radiation; rear windows are also unprotected, leaving back seat passengers exposed. There is, however, a solution. Transparent window film screens block out almost 100% of UVB and UVA without reducing visibility, and is available in all 50 states.” – SkinCancer.org
While most of us would not consider spending considerable time in the sun without protecting ourselves with some form of clothing or sunscreen, we voluntarily spend numerous hours each week within the confines of our vehicles largely unprotected. DUB IR blocks more than 99% of the UV rays from passing through your windows. It’s like applying a highly effective sunscreen to your entire vehicle.
This is a problem that most of us have never thought about, but we want to open your eyes to the dangers that exist from spending hours outside, in box surrounded by glass, unprotected from the Sun. DUB IR window tint can help. It isn’t easy to earn The Skin Cancer Seal of Recommendation because so much is on the line with a claim like this. Rest assured, money spent on better window film will protect you and your family for as long as you own your ride.