What are the benefits of HIDs?
HIDs provide two significant benefits:

Increased Visibility

HID headlights produce a brighter, more natural light than halogen headlights. These lights are typically 4x brighter than halogens. Studies have shown that driver's using HID headlights have more visibility, which can increase reaction time in an emergency situation

Fashion Statement

Many drivers upgrade to HID headlights as a fashion statement. The look is much cleaner and more sophisticated compared to the yellowed halogen bulbs. Because HID headlights are often associated with luxury cars, installing them in your vehicle can be an aesthetic upgrade.

What does the HID Kelvin/Temperature scale represent?
The Kelvin Scale or Color Temperature Scale has nothing to do with heat. The Kelvin or Color Temperature of an HID bulb represents the color output of the bulb. The lower the Kelvin/Color Temperature the more yellow/white an HID bulb will be.

 For example a 3000K bulb will be very yellow in color. Great for fog lights and inclement weather use.

 A Temperature of 4300 is white in appearance with very little to no yellow color. This color is commonly found on most factory HID bulbs in high end cars like BMW, Mercedes, Lexus, Acura, Infinity, etc. This color tends to be the brightest and whitest color for HID bulbs.

Above 4300K the colors begin to get blue. 6000k HID bulbs have a white/light blue color. As the Kelvin number rises further, 8000K, 10,000K, 15,000K the bulbs have a deeper and deeper blue color that begins to cross into purple. Above 15,000K the bulbs become darker purple. 
Can I tint my windows as dark as I want?
NO! This is a common misconception that as long as the driver of a vehicle can be seen through the front door windows, the rear of the vehicle can be tinted as dark as a person wants.

Each state has different laws in regards to the allowable percentage. In New Jersey the rear half of the vehicle can be any shade however, the front two windows & windshield is not permitted to have any shade of tint!
What are LEDs and where can they be placed?
LED lights offer a vast selection of colors and application options for numerous vehicles. These bulbs are brighter and superior in design when compared to your factory bulbs. They offer a significant increase in light output and generally last about 100,000 hours before burning out.

 These bulbs can be used to replace almost any light in your car other than your headlights. From your turn signals, license plate lights, glove box, trunk, interior, DRL, side markers and more!

Contact us today with your LEDs of interest!
What is Clear Bra Paint Protection Film?
Paint Protection Film is a clear film made of thermoplastic-urethane. The film is supplied with a pressure contact adhesive that bonds to the finished surface such as paint or plastic. Depending on the quality of the film, it is extremely clear and strong, designed to protect the surface from scratching or chipping. Clear Bra creates a resilient barrier creating a ricochet effect that will take years of abuse from gravel, dirt, salt, rocks, sand, and other air and waterborne projectiles.
What are HIDs?
 HID stands for High Intensity Discharge.

 HIDs use a high voltage charge of electricity from the ballast to arc between two electrodes inside a bulb full of different gases (similar to neon and florescent lighting). The gases are excited by this arc of electricity and then discharge an extremely intense light.

The ballasts allow HIDs give off a much larger amount of light then standard halogen bulbs or even high wattage halogen bulbs. HIDs typically have a light output of atleast 4x that of halogen bulbs.

Why tint your windows?
Window Tinting offers several benefits:

1) Protects you and your loved ones from by blocking out up to 99.5% of UVA & UVB Rays that can cause Skin Cancer and cause your vehicle's interior to fade and crack.

2) In the inevitable event of a collision window film can keep shattered glass in place preventing flying glass from injuring vehicle occupants.

3) Window film can reduce the sun's blinding glare by as much as 94%.

4) Window Film darkens vehicle windows adding privacy and aids in preventing the interior of your vehicle from being viewed by potential thieves.

What is Detailing?
Detailing is the process of Systematic Rejuvenation and Protection of the surfaces of an automobile to the highest standards.

 The goal of detailing is to maintain your cars Interior & Exterior in new condition best achieved by bi-annual treatments.

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