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Should I Still Wear Sunglasses and Sunscreen in the Car?

At Solar Solutions, we understand that the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays are to be taken seriously.  They can cause cancer, ruin the interior of your car, and fade your home’s furniture and flooring.  Those are some serious effects.  These are[...]

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Is Factory Tint Enough?

You made the exciting decision to buy a new car, or maybe just a new-to-you car, but either way, it is exciting!  You may have noticed that your window tint is not as dark as many other cars on the[...]

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Should I Wear Sunscreen for Long Road Trips?

The sun does a lot of amazing things for us and our planet.  But, it is important that we also remember the sun can damage our skin.  Now that it’s summer, many of us are out in the sun more. [...]

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For the Car Lover in Your Life

We almost titled this blog “Car-Related Gifts for Guys,” but then we realized…wait a minute, there’s a lot of female car enthusiasts out there too!  So, this blog is for those of you who have a car lover in your[...]

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Keep Your Car Cool

Ouch! My buns are burning! I just burnt my hand on the seat belt buckle! My legs are on fire! At one time or another, we have all said those things ourselves or heard it from our spouse, child, or[...]

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The History of Window Tint

Do you know the story of how window tinting first made its debut? It may be a common service now-a-days for your vehicle, but that wasn’t always the case. Whether you’re enhancing the new car you just purchased or sprucing[...]

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Top 3 Family SUVs of 2017

Over the years, family vehicles have transitioned from the family sedan or the overly-popular minivan. Take a look at any school drop-off line or soccer field and you’ll see the most popular car on the lot is actually an SUV.[...]

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Is It Legal To Tint Car Windows In Florida?

Yes, it is, within certain guidelines. In 1991, the Florida State Legislature enacted regulations concerning darkening your vehicle’s windows or applying reflective tint. VLT stands for “Visible Light Transmission,” and it is measured as a percentage of visible light allowed[...]

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Windshield Tinting Legal Or Not?

We at Solar Solutions Vero Beach Window Tinting often get asked about tinting the windshield of an automobile. It is illegal to tint the entire front windshield of your automobile. The only way to legally put window film on your[...]

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Solar Solutions Provides Vero Beach Subway with Panorama Window Film

Subway restaurants recently contacted Vero Beach window tinting specialist Solar Solutions regarding the heat entering through their South facing store front. Subway was looking for a budget friendly clear type window film to provide heat rejection for its customers and[...]

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