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How dark can you go?

What are the tint laws in your state?

1. Tint Laws for Alabama – AL are 32% for the front side windows, 32% for the back side windows, and 32% for the rear windows.

2. Tint Laws for Alaska – AK are 70% for the front side windows, 40% for the back side windows, and 40% for the rear windows.

3. Tint Laws for Arizona – AZ are 33% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

4. Tint Laws for Arkansas – AR are 25% for the front side windows, 10% for the back side windows, and 10% for the rear windows.

5. Tint Laws for California – CA are 70% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

6. Tint Laws for Colorado – CO are 27% for the front side windows, 27% for the back side windows, and 27% for the rear windows.

7. Tint Laws for Connecticut – CT are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and any for the rear windows.

8. Tint Laws for Delaware – DE are 70% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

9. Tint Laws for Florida – FL are 28% for the front side windows, 15% for the back side windows, and 15% for the rear windows.

10. Tint Laws for Georgia – GA are 32% for the front side windows, 32% for the back side windows, and 32% for the rear windows.

11. Tint Laws for Hawaii – HI are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

12. Tint Laws for Idaho – ID are 35% for the front side windows, 20% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

13. Tint Laws for Illinois – IL are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

14. Tint Laws for Indiana – IN are 30% for the front side windows, 30% for the back side windows, and 30% for the rear windows.

15. Tint Laws for Iowa – IA are 70% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

16. Tint Laws for Kansas – KS are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

17. Tint Laws for Kentucky – KY are 35% for the front side windows, 18% for the back side windows, and 18% for the rear windows.

18. Tint Laws for Louisiana – LA are 40% for the front side windows, 25% for the back side windows, and 12% for the rear windows.

19. Tint Laws for Maine – ME are 35% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

20. Tint Laws for Maryland – MD are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

21. Tint Laws for Massachusetts – MA are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

22. Tint Laws for Michigan – MI are any % for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

23. Tint Laws for Minnesota – MN are 50% for the front side windows, 50% for the back side windows, and 50% for the rear windows.

24. Tint Laws for Mississippi – MS are 28% for the front side windows, 28% for the back side windows, and 28% for the rear windows.

25. Tint Laws for Missouri – MO are 35% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

26. Tint Laws for Montana – MT are 24% for the front side windows, 14% for the back side windows, and 14% for the rear windows.

27. Tint Laws for Nebraska – NE are 35% for the front side windows, 20% for the back side windows, and 20% for the rear windows.

28. Tint Laws for Nevada – NV are 35% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

29. Tint Laws for New Hampshire – NH does not allow tint on the front side windows but does allow any 35% tint for the back side windows and the rear windows.

30. Tint Laws for New Jersey – NJ does not allow tint on the front side windows but does allow any % tint for the back side windows and the rear windows.

31. Tint Laws for New Mexico – NM are 20% for the front side windows, 20% for the back side windows, and 20% for the rear windows.

32. Tint Laws for New York – NY are 70% for the front side windows, 70% for the back side windows, and any for the rear windows.

33. Tint Laws for North Carolina – NC are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

34. Tint Laws for North Dakota – ND are 50% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

35. Tint Laws for Ohio – OH are 50% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

36. Tint Laws for Oklahoma – OK are 25% for the front side windows, 25% for the back side windows, and 25% for the rear windows.

37. Tint Laws for Oregon – OR are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

38. Tint Laws for Pennsylvania – PA are 70% for the front side windows, 70% for the back side windows, and 70% for the rear windows.

39. Tint Laws for Rhode Island – RI are 70% for the front side windows, 70% for the back side windows, and 70% for the rear windows.

40. Tint Laws for South Carolina – SC are 27% for the front side windows, 27% for the back side windows, and 27% for the rear windows.

41. Tint Laws for South Dakota – SD are 35% for the front side windows, 20% for the back side windows, and 20% for the rear windows.

42. Tint Laws for Tennessee – TN are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

43. Tint Laws for Texas – TX are 25% for the front side windows, 25% for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

44. Tint Laws for Utah – UT are 43% for the front side windows, any % for the back side windows, and any % for the rear windows.

45. Tint Laws for Vermont – VT does not allow tint on the front side windows but does allow any % tint for the back side windows and the rear windows.

46. Tint Laws for Virginia – VA are 50% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

47. Tint Laws for Washington – WA are 24% for the front side windows, 24% for the back side windows, and 24% for the rear windows.

48. Tint Laws for West Virginia – WV are 35% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

49. Tint Laws for Wisconsin – WI are 50% for the front side windows, 35% for the back side windows, and 35% for the rear windows.

50. Tint Laws for Wyoming – WY are 28% for the front side windows, 28% for the back side windows, and 28% for the rear windows.

BMW M2 with 25% front side window tint, 35% back side window tint and 35% rear window tint.

BMW F30 with 20% front side window tint, 5% back side window tint and 5% rear window tint.

Why are there window tint laws?

Your ability to react to things on the road may be impaired by window tints that are too dark. These laws are safety enforcing laws to keep everyone safe.

 

Although most states allow some form of window tinting, the main benefits of window tinting are to minimize the UV rays from the sun. Those with a higher risk of developing skin cancer should consider UV protection film in their vehicles. Window tint is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation as part of a proactive way to protect your skin.

 

Can I get pulled over for having tinted windows?

Yes, law enforcement can enforce window tint violations depending on the state’s tint law. Some law enforcement officers carry a device that can test the window tint for its light output, making sure it is within state minimum requirements.

 

Is limo tint legal?

Limo tint is considered to be around 5%, which is illegal in almost all states but Michigan for front side windows. Arizona, California, Delaware, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Utah, and Vermont allow any percentage of tint on the back side windows.

Audi S7 – 30% front side windows, 5% (limo tint) rear side windows and 5% (limo tint) rear window.

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BMW Alpina Intro BMW is not without its rivals from its native Germany. Where the likes of Mercedes-Benz turn to their subsidiary Mercedes-AMG when they're looking for customized luxury models, BMW turns to Alpina. There are some who claim that you haven't truly...