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State Laws

14676860-s.jpg We often hear questions on which pre cut window tint is legal in a certain state. We do not have a good answer to this because there are too many different jurisdictions, local laws, and regulations that govern your window tint's allowable light transmittance. Also please keep in mind that most automotive windows already have a tint in them. If you would like to see the difference for yourself, just crack your window down a bit and look at the difference in clarity between the glass and no glass at all. While this tint is very minimal, it most certainly compounds to the total light transmittance of the window once precut tint is installed.

 

Below we have made a table of what we have compiled from various sources for different state laws on window tint. Please keep in mind that this table is only to be used as a guideline and you must still do your own homework on which pre cut window tint is legal in your State, Town, Village, City, or County. 

 

  State    Front Doors %    Back Doors %    Rear Window %  
Alabama 32%  32%  32% 
Alaska  70% 40%  40% 
Arizona 33%  Any%  Any% 
Arkansas  25%  25%  10% 
California  70%  Any%  Any% 
Colorado  27%  27%  27% 
Connecticut  35%  35%  Any% 
Delaware  70%  Any%  Any% 
Florida  28%  15%  15% 
Georgia 32%  32%  32% 
Hawaii  35%  35%  35% 
Idaho  35%  20%  35% 
Illinois (Various Laws)  35%  35%  35% 
Indiana  30%  30%  30% 
Iowa  70%  Any%  Any% 
Kansas  35%  35%  35% 
Kentucky  35%  18%  18% 
Louisiana  40%  25%  12% 
Massachusetts  35%  35%  35% 
Maine  50%  50%  50% 
Maryland  35%  35%  35% 
Michigan  ??  Any%  Any% 
Minnesota  50%  50%  50% 
Missouri  35%  Any%  Any% 
Mississippi  28%  28%  28% 
Montana  35%  20%  20% 
Nebraska  35%  20%  20% 
Nevada  35%  Any%  Any% 
New Hampshire  No  35%  35% 
New Jersey  No  Any%  Any% 
New Mexico  20%  20%  20% 
New York  70%  70%  Any% 
North Carolina  35%  35%  35% 
North Dakota  50%  Any%  Any% 
Ohio  50%  Any%  Any% 
Oklahoma  25%  25%  25% 
Oregon  35%  35%  35% 
Pennsylvania  70%  70%  70% 
Rhode Island  70%  70%  70% 
South Carolina  27% 27% 27% 
South Dakota  35%  20%  20% 
Tennessee  35%  35%  35% 
Texas  25% 25%  Any% 
Utah  43%  Any%  Any% 
Vermont  No  Any%  Any% 
Virginia  50%  35%  35% 
Washington  24%  24%  24% 
West Virginia  35%  35%  35% 
Wisconsin  50%  35%  35% 
Wyoming  28%  28%  28% 

 

**Most states have different laws for SUVS

***Please use this chart only as a guide and not a law document