Are you sure that you’re safe from UV radiation while driving your beloved car? You might not know it, but you might be at risk even if you seem secure behind your windshield and side windows.
Getting exposed to sunlight means exposure to UV radiation that would result in increased risks in contracting skin diseases. The drivers’ windshields might be excellent when offering protection against ultraviolet radiation, but the side windows can’t do the same.
Because skin cancer and cataracts can affect a person’s skin through constant exposure to UV rays, it is best to know whether drivers are risking themselves from UV radiation. They can, however, reduce such risks by applying window tint films to filter around 80% of the UV rays. Checking this infographic by Global Tint would give drivers more information on whether they’re at risk or not and what they can do about it.