Posts Tagged ‘auto tint laws’

Car Window Tint Can Now be Darker After Utah Lawmakers Approve Bill

Mar 9th, 2022

Utah lawmakers passed a bill last week changing how dark the windows of your car can be. These are known as car window tint limits. Senate Bill 149 will change the legal limit a car’s windows can be tinted, but only on the two front. Click here to read more.

New Tint Rules Take Effect in Trinidad and Tobago

Jan 5th, 2022

As the Ministry of Works and Transport begins to enforce its new tint regulations from January 1, vehicle customizer Neil Boodoo is advising people to ensure their car’s visible light transmittance is properly tested before leaving tint shops. . . . If people are found in violation of the regulations after the grace period, the […]

‘Dangerous’ – Stratford Road Driver’s Tinted Windows Ripped off by Cops

Sep 29th, 2021

A driver is facing points on his license after their heavily tinted front windows left them with barely any light coming through. Gobsmacked cops pulled the vehicle over on Stratford Road, in Sparkhill, when the windows caught their eye. After examining the car, the police found that windscreen and front windows only let in 10.5 […]

“Operation 35% Illegal Window Tint Enforcement” Took Place in Murfreesboro This Past Week

Sep 22nd, 2021

Murfreesboro Police recently cracked down on those who had window tinting that was too dark or on the windshield of their vehicle. Tennessee law states that it is unlawful to operate any motor vehicle in which any window has a visible light transmittance equal to but not less than 35 percent. The Rutherford County Traffic […]

Businesses Can Be Affected by Auto Tint Laws

Jul 18th, 2018

Businesses across the country can be affected by auto tint laws, but the first step is understanding them. Last month the International Window Film Association (IWFA) hosted a webinar explaining the differences between different types of laws and how they impact the industry. Darrell Smith, IWFA executive director, began the webinar by going over the […]