An Often Neglected Safety Feature

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tinted carWhile most people automatically think of things such as ABS and air bags when you mention safety features, not many pay attention to UV protection. Millions of Australians are constantly exposed to the harsh sun on a daily basis. These include the time they spend inside their vehicles. The problem is that most people are only conscious about the risks of UV exposure when they feel the heat of the sun or when its glare directly obstructs vision. Unfortunately, sitting comfortably in a cool car cabin can make people forget that they are still susceptible to the ill effects of the sun’s UV rays. Even though the effects are not immediate, the effects of constant UV ray exposure can accumulate over time with dire consequences.

Exposure Consequences

Constant exposure to the sun can cause skin ailments, including premature wrinkling, leathering, sagging, the appearance of brownish age spots, and even the dreaded skin cancer. The addition of window tinting to cars can help to prevent this by reducing exposure. The Cancer Council of Australia makes note that researches show that UV radiation inside cars tinted windows block up to 80% of UVA radiation and practically all of UVB radiation.

UV Ray Protection

While the application of sunscreen is the obvious choice for skin cancer prevention, the truth is that its application is something that can easily be neglected. Industry veteran says applying window tint to Perth vehicles is a much more convenient solution as it can help to keep the sun’s harsh UV rays as you drive around Perth. What makes it even more worth the investment is that window tints can block out up to 99.9% of harmful V rays from ever coming into contact with your skin while inside your vehicle.

As many people spend most of their time in their vehicles, it is important to have ample protection from harmful UV rays. Car safety is not only a matter of accident prevention features. These should include safety from health hazards, such as the threat of exposure to the sun’s harmful rays.