Canada window tint laws are different in each province, and this article provides all relevant information about window tinting laws in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan window tint laws overview:
- Windshield: Only top 75mm can be tinted.
- Front side windows: No tint allowed.
- Back side windows: Any darkness can be used.
- Rear window: Any darkness can be used.
In Saskatchewan you are not permitted to install any aftermarket window tint on the entire windshield. Top 75 millimeters or 3 inches can be tinted with any darkness.
Front side windows may not be tinted. There are no window tinting restrictions and any level of darkness can be used on back side windows and rear window.
Other Saskatchewan tint laws:
- Reflective tint: Forbidden.
- Side mirrors: Always required on non-vintage vehicles.
- Medical exemptions: None.
- Certificate requirements: None.
- Tint sticker requirements: None.
Penalty for violating Saskatchewan vehicle equipment regulations results in a $115 – $150 fine.
Source: Saskatchewan Vehicle Equipment Regulations (.pdf file, 485kb, see section 64 and 66 on page 40 and 41; alternate link; – last retrieved Jan 2022).
Car window tint laws in Canada
Each Canadian province has its own rules and regulations, and violating vehicle equipment laws can get you cited even when visiting other provinces.
See our main Canada Window Tint Laws page for an overview of car tinting laws for all provinces and to find out if Alberta Window Tint Laws can result in fines in the rest of Canada.