Window tinting is a form of car wrap, though other types of car wraps exist as well. These modifications especially are especially stunning with sport performance vehicles. The aesthetics really create that street racer appearance. Let’s take a look at some of these wraps.
You can tint your car headlights much the same way you can tint the windows. Contrary to popular belief, headlight tinting is not illegal. Of course, the tint can’t be so dark that it blocks out the lights. The film that goes over the headlights also acts as a barrier that protects the headlight cover from clouding up.
Vinyl wraps can go over the roof. These provide a snazzy visual impact and are an affordable alternative to repainting your car. Wrapping only requires a single sheet of vinyl and is quick to install due to the uniform shape of the roof. You can just as easily remove the wrap anytime without damage to the paint.
Wing Mirror Wrap
Another trend is wrapping the backside of the side mirror. Due to the shape of the wing mirror, this part is a bit trickier to wrap. Expect a slightly higher cost in relation to its size. While subtler than a roof wrap, wrapping both or even just one wing mirror makes for a nice modification.
Interior Trim Wrap
Wraps can also be used on the interior. Customize the interior trim, including the doors and dashboard. Various wraps are available that mimic leather, carbon fiber, and high gloss. Wraps also protect the interior surface from spills and stains.
We Do Car Wraps for All Car Types
Our auto service does car wraps for street, off-road, and classic cars. Bring your vehicle to Northwest Performance and Off-Road for this simple but visually-appealing modification. Car wraps are great for turning heads.
Car Wraps for all Vehicle Types
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