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Input on tint to reduce my risk (melanoma).

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I'm moving to a sunny state soon and know my sun exposure will be a lot higher there than where I currently am. I also recently had moles removed and some were bad, which Doc stated that it ups my risk factor significantly for Melanoma. She pretty much told me "no sun".  I drive a lot. I ride a lot. Driving/riding around is one of my favorite things to do. What tint would you recommend for someone like me? The window tint rules are a lot more lax in the state I'm moving to as well, but I don't want completely blacked out windows or anything. What level of tint could I get away with for decent protection?

Thank you!

 

-Cat

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Most quality films will block 98-99% of UV regardless of the VLT (darkness) level.  

 

Just choose a shade you're comfortable with, installed by an reputable shop, and you'll be fine.

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Reputable Tint manufacturers block UV in the ranges noted above. Some places allow full windshield tint in a high VLT film.This allows you to have full coverage for all glass in your vehicle .

Some places will require a dr note for low VLT aka darker film.

 

In an added measure, maybe think about a full coverage very thin hoodie similar to the one at the link below.

 

https://stanfields.com/products/strong-free-hoody

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