Window Tinting Laws in the US
Window tinting helps passengers stay cool, while increasing the driver’s visibility in sunny conditions. It can be challenging to pick the right intensity of tint for your car’s windows. Find your state on the list below to see if your window tinting adheres to the regulations. (VLT percentage stands for visible light transmission, which is the percentage of visible light that gets through the window.)
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Tinting Rules by State
|State||Front Sides %||Rear Sides %||Back %|
|Michigan||Top 4 inches of windshield||ANY||ANY|
If you live in California, Delaware, New York, or Rhode Island, then you’ll want to be particularly careful to observe your state’s tinting rule. Illinois and Texas also have complicated tinting rules. Both states have addendums with unique window tinting rules. Other states with strict tinting laws include New Jersey, New Hampshire, Vermont, Michigan, and Washington, D.C.
No matter what state you live in, it’s wise to research your state’s specific laws to ensure that your vehicle complies with your state’s regulations.
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