Window tinting gives cars a mysterious air and increases their chances of getting cast as the lead in a film noir. Make your car a star with today’s Groupon to GP Customs. Choose from the following options:
- For $49, you get tinting on the driver’s side and passenger’s side windows (a $100 value).
- For $95, you get tinting on three to five windows for a two-door car (a $199 value).
- For $115, you get tinting on five to seven windows for a standard-size sedan, truck, or SUV (a $235 value).
- For $199, you get a one-way Excalibur remote car starter with installation (a $400 value).</p>
GP Customs’ cadre of professional technicians spruces up automobiles with remote car starters and window-tinting services. After clients finish thumbing through the shop’s tint-sample books or scanning the in-store displays, technicians affix windows with metalized shine, non-reflective shade, or traffic-thwarting murals of open roads. Boasting a range of light-transmission levels, the tints can reject up to 65% of sun energy and up to 98% of ultraviolet rays, helping interiors to stay cool and upholstery to remain fade-free. In addition to guarding cockpits from Mother Nature’s glare, techs also upgrade engines with Excalibur remote car starters, which allow drivers to warm up cars from inside during blustery weather or rev engines from a distance to shoo away carjacking pigeons.
GP Customs decks out automobiles with nonreflective and high-performance window tinting. The sleek solar films are available in a variety of colors and shades, working to improve energy costs by keeping cars' interiors cooler. And by blocking up to 98% of UV rays, the films can protect unnecessary wear to car upholstery, carpeting, and dashboard oil paintings of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. GP Customs also snazzes up cars with CD players and televisions by popular brands such as Clarion, Pioneer, and Panasonic.