Tinting is permitted only along the top 5 inches of the windshield. Side and rear windows may not be covered or treated with tinting that allows a light transmittance of less than 35%. Reflective material is not permitted on any vehicle windows. All windows except the rear window must contain 2-way glass.
Some people believe that vehicle window tinting keeps the temperature inside a car cooler, while others just think window tinting makes a car look cooler.
A 2013 survey by The National found that more than 10 per cent of 1,134 vehicles counted along a busy road had illegal window tinting.
Tinted windows are illegal in Michigan but there are a couple of exceptions. The use of window tint is limited to the rear side windows and the rear window, and only if the vehicle has outside mirrors on both sides. It also allows for the top 4 inches of the windshield and front side windows to have tint.
Despite a very clear state law that says you cannot tint your front windows or windshield, thousands of Californians are driving in illegal cars.
Why is even lighter tint illegal? Why are the laws different in different provinces? ? It makes no sense. — Warren, Didsbury, Alta.
What is the law on window tinting in Ireland? ➢ Under roadworthiness testing laws, a vehicle's windscreen and front side windows must have a light transmission.
They know it's illegal. Yet hundreds of drivers continue to do it.Vehicles with front tinted windows are all over the place, said Staff Sgt.
The degree to which a driver can legally tint their car's windows vary from state to state. To make it just a little easier for drivers, we've got all the laws here.
State police address tinted windows in this week's Ask a Trooper column. Most motorists ask, "Why is there a window tint law?
Officers in several police departments concede they generally don't enforce the law for lightly tinted, factory-installed windows.
Did you know that the UK is serious when it comes to vehicle tinting? Here is everything you have to know about UK's law on tinted vehicle windows.
Arizona has certain tinting laws and fines for motorists based on darkness percentage and location. Learn more about tint law in AZ here.