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· Reviewed May 3, 2018
What You'll Get
When accessorizing a car, amateurs often make simple blunders, such as adhering flame decals before Labor Day or attaching passé tire piercings. Leave automotive accents to the pros with today's Groupon: for $150, you get five tinted windows at International Auto Radio in North Hollywood (a $250 value).
International Auto Radio, in business since 1974, augments vehicles with an array of high-end automotive accessories and electronics, a service that garnered them recognition from Los Angeles Hotlist voters. Window tinting safely repels prying eyes and unwelcome sunbeams, and the shop's nimble glass artists can darken the eyes to cars' souls in about an hour. Groupon holders receive a discounted rate of $15 per each additional tinted window, as well as 20% off car alarms, allowing even the most unique vehicle to leave protected from sunlight, theft, or Carzillas.
- I have always had the best service with these guys and I have always been over-the-top satisfied with their work. – Shauneen S., Yelp, 3/1/11
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Additional charge for over-sized vehicles. May apply value towards upgrade. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About International Auto Radio
For more than 35 years, the experts at International Auto Radio have been souping up and stylizing cars with top of the line electronics and security enhancements. Technicians collaborate with customers to create customized sound systems for boats, video entertainment for an RV, or a car navigation system that drives you straight to the nearest donuts. The techs can also transform trunk space into wall-to-wall speaker systems, install fuchsia under-lighting for a Spyder motorcycle, or plug in high-resolution digital screens in the backseat of sedans. To amp up security, staffers can also install systems from ScyTek Electronics that beam signals directly to a driver’s smartphone.