Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Window Tint Laws

While driving down the road we have all passed cars with dark tinted windows. I always wondered could they see out.

If you're automobile windows are tinted to dark you risk the possibility of being pulled over by law enforcement and given a warning. In many states this is a second-class misdemeanor. The darkness of your window is measured in what is called VLT which is short for visible light transmission. If you're windows are clear your VLT would be a hundred percent. You may have a tentative strip across the top of your front windshield but the rest of the window has to be clear. The front driver and passenger side windows must allow at least 28 percent VLT. The back side windows must be at least 15 percent VLT. In the rear window must also be 15 percent. Many states such as Florida require a sticker on the driver side door jamb that gives information on the company that installed the tent and the product that was used and certifies that the tint meets state requirements. If you are going to have your windows tinted I would suggest that you let a professional do it as they are familiar with the state regulations.

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