Tinting your windows is an easier way to maintain anonymity than stuffing your car into a ski mask. Cultivate mystique with this Groupon.
$39 for $100 Toward FormulaOne Window Tinting
Factory-trained technicians outfit windows with FormulaOne brand tints designed to reduce heat and glare and block UV rays. Customers can choose from one of three FormulaOne lines: Classic, Comfort, or Pinnacle. Prices vary but generally range from $129.99 to $199.99 for pickup trucks, $199.99 to $399.99 for most cars and four-door trucks, and $249.99 to $449.99 for SUVs, vans, and station wagons. All tints include FormulaOne’s lifetime warranty.
Back in 1976, a small shop named Auto Stereo Specialists opened in Tucson and began outfitting vehicles with AM radios, cassette players, and Jensen Tri-Axials. Sound systems have come a long way since then, and so has that once three-employee garage. Today, Auto Stereo Specialists is just The Specialists, and the shop has become a hub for automotive and residential services.
At five locations across Tucson, specialists install audio, video, and navigation systems from brands such as AudioVox, Alpine, Pioneer, and Kenwood. Because they know how harmful heat and UV rays can be to a car's interior, they protect newly installed systems with FormulaOne window tints, which are backed by a lifetime guarantee. Beyond the car, homeowners can recruit The Specialists to fortify their homes, install window fixtures by Hunter Douglas, and reduce A/C costs by moving your house into the cold vacuum of space.