A good reputable shop will give you a tint job with ZERO bubbles or flaws. any in the tint is 100% unacceptable. "bubbles are normal" is horsecrap!!! good shops, have heat guns and tools to remove 100% of flaws the first time. go to a Nationally Accredited Auto Glass shop, not some custom car accessory shop. A shop thats AAA accredited and has multiple awards for their work is your best bet, and more then likely wont cost you much over the "cheap shops" and your work is 100% guaranteed. Ive learned to never go cheap when it comes to automobiles... you get what you pay for, nothing more.
2012 Ford Focus S, Silver 4DR w/ Manual Trans, Federal SS657 205/65R15s, Tinted Taillights, Muffler Delete
1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, Dark Green, 4.0L Inline 6, Cooper STs, Leather