Driving with the sun in your eyes is dangerous – thousands of accidents and injuries occur every year due to glare from the sun. Although avoiding the road entirely during peak glare hours is clearly ideal, it is simply not realistic.
Sun glare happens when the bright sun is low on the horizon and the closer the sun is to the horizon, the worse the glare will be. Unfortunately for most, the typical morning and evening commute aligns perfectly with the rising and setting of the sun, putting you on the road during the most dangerous time of day.
When selected and applied properly, glare reduction window film will significantly reduce the blinding glare cast across your windshield keeping you and everyone else on the road safe.