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Tinting bills goes up for public hearing

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Senators Tommy Morrison and Tom Ada's Bill 141 also had its public hearing today that would allow the use of clear ultraviolet ray windshield tinting on the front of vehicles. East Island Tinting's Joe Roberto testified in full support of the bill and even brought samples of window films for lawmakers. He discussed that with new technology it will also help to reduce heat and make it more comfortable in your vehicle.

He said, "It does exist, film and technology and now can you imagine how much fuel you'll be saving by letting or not letting that amount of heat in your vehicle you'll be able to reduce the demand on your vehicle with your air conditioning."

Morrison has stated the measure is needed in order to allow local tinting companies to utilize clear UV ray filtering material.

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