Car Window Tinting in Utah More a Practical Term than Posh Behavior
So, the other day, I was sitting at Starbucks having my coffee in Salt Lake City, Utah, and there were two youngish men, probably in their 30s, having what bordered an existential conversation. The topic is not one would likely give too much mental space, not from, gain judging from their appearance, two middle-class guys.
The topic was whether to get custom window tint in Utah. The question was whether to it, and what the pros and cons would be.
One of the men, the one pondering the issue, was arguing that he spends quite a bit of time driving hours after hours in the state’s Colorado Plateau and the Rocky Mountains, day after day. Utah, he said, is over 84,000 square miles and I bet you my car has driven a good half of those miles!!
“There are times the desert sun just about fries my brain. You sit in that old car and tell me a bit of custom window tint is not useful.”
Come to think of it, you cannot really argue with that. The desert UV rates are higher than normal and less healthy. But that’s not the real reason he wanted to get custom window tint in Utah and I knew it, just by looking at him. It was obvious the man was a conservative Mormon. Utah has the largest population of Mormons of any state in the United States of America. While some in the Salt Lake City are more urban and modern, that cannot be said of the more conservative districts. Privacy – you can call it anonymity—of their female household members and relatives are top on the agenda.
The state legislature passed a car window tinting in Utah law in 2005 and the DMV has the specifics for anyone interested. Compared to some other states, Utah’s tinting laws are about the same. You don’t have to be a hotshot to have a good reason for wanting to tint your car windows!
And if you do decide to go ahead with it, try California Audio, in West Valley City. The company has over 20 years of experience in the mobile electronics industry and is well-known for its products and installation record.