.At AA Shield Soft Body Armor, we take lots of pride in manufacturing the best modified bulletproof cars in the industry. Every car we refit is unique in its own way to address each client’s security needs. Explosion-proof, anti-landmine, riot-proof, fuel tank explosion-proof, we do it all. Windows, windshields, and all other transparent parts on our vehicles are bulletproof. Our refitted vehicles also come standard with bulletproof tires. We do a lot more than just adding armor to cars though, our expert technicians ensure the final product is identical to the regular version of the vehicle we modify. That way, the only ones who know that your car is bulletproof are the people you want to know. In a typical, modified bulletproof car, the entire passenger area is enclosed with lightweight armor that is tough enough to stop most pistol and submachine rounds, including 30.06 AP rounds. We use transparent armor, which consist of densely layered ballistic glass that is laminated with polycarbonate, for windows and windshields, while opaque armor – ballistic steel and other ballistic materials –is used to fortify the sides and frame of the vehicle. All this leads to superior protection for our clients. Once our technicians are done fitting a vehicle with armor, the final step is reassembling it back to mirror the original factory finish. Here’s a breakdown of how modified bulletproof cars are made. Step 1: Bring in the car you want to have refitted. Our specialists will help you figure out what level of protection is right for you, if necessary, and a work order will be created detailing the material that will be added to your vehicle. Step 2: Work begins on the vehicle. The first step is covering the entire surface area of the automobile with protective tape. The interior of the vehicle is then dismantled and measurements of essential parts are taken so that ballistic materials can be customized to fit. Step 3: The fuel tank is removed, then encased in ballistic nylon, making it bulletproof. It’s is then sprayed with a water-proof coating for further protection. At this point, the suspension system is also inspected and the correct modifications are made, if necessary, to ensure it can carry all the added weight. Step 4: The ballistic materials that will be used are then cut into shape. Step 5: The battery, fuse box, and ECM are encased in ballistic steel. Step 6: Two-inch bulletproof glass and windows are then installed. These fit OEM window channels, giving your vehicle a factory finish. Step 7: The vehicle is fitted with high-performance run-flat tires, more commonly known as bulletproof tires. Step 8: The interior of the vehicle is then reassembled just as it was before the modification process began. Clearly, at AA Shield Soft Body Armor, we take the process of bulletproofing a vehicle seriously, and we don't leave any stones unturned. Our modified vehicles will keep you and your family safe in the event of gunfire, explosions, mines, or rowdy crowds without drawing any unnecessary attention to yourself. Our technicians can refit pretty much any vehicle in the market you can think of. No job is too big for us. Don’t take your safety and that of your loved ones for granted. Contact us today and we’ll get right to work on your modified bulletproof car.