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RE: Window tint?


Thanks or the offer Cliff...but I actually have one, and it's grey as well. Sort of a kimberly clark like material. A good cover for indoors to be sure, but really too loose fitting for outdoors imop.

Cheers, Mark



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We have a law here. Cops carry a filter device to measure if its 'unsafe'. They REALLY dont like being unable to see in seems to be the problem. You can wear the darkest glasses that you want, and its not a safety issue. Tell your doc about the headaches that you get from the sun, get a note, and now you are playing it their way.  (if you have any illegalities going on with your car or the people in it, you may prefer not to play). I like tint, I dont have it, but like almost every one I see.  



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Just read this now Mark, but I'd just cover the inside with a couple blankets and let it be a motivator to build your carport. Once you get started on that carport it will be up so quick and then with a little bit of enclosure you're set. I'm always nervous with car covers on and off during times when they are being used because of the dust or even sand that may get on your vehicle. I rather just have them on when I know the car isn't going to be used for a longer period of time.

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