DEAR WINDOW FILM
Greetings From Egypt
Please keep up this noble mission of enhancing the awareness of the world by improving the knowledge of the manufacturers, distributors, dealers and consumers.
May God bless your efforts with success.
Question for the Industry
I am very interested in under-taking this project. I have been doing extensive research on test crash facilities as well as crash statistics. I believe that a short video showing the difference between a side impact without film and with film will be extremely beneficial to the industry and all concerned. It will increase sales and provide an avenue to customers we previously haven’t been able to attract, possibly even an insurance company endorsement. Additionally this will enable anyone in a state that has strict tint laws to sell much lighter films, as the primary reason for purchase will be for safety, in an accident.
I am trying to gain support from the industry. Support and opinions of any kind would be appreciated. Whether you have knowledge of a similar test that has been done in the past or you are interested in being a part of the current proposed project, I welcome anyone interested.
On the Message Boards:
At first, I thought it is due to the make/manufacturer of the car or the quality of the rear windscreen.
Does anyone share similar observations?
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