Oklahoma Window Tinting Laws

Oklahoma Window Tint Law:
  Sedan MPV
Windshield AS-1 AS-1
Front Side 25% 25%
Back side 25% Any
Rear window 25% Any

Oklahoma window tint laws restrict windshield tint above AS-1 line. Front side windows may have up to 25% light transmission. Back side windows and rear window may have 25% VLT on passenger vehicles, and any darkness on MPV.

Car window tinting laws in Oklahoma were enacted in 2005. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Oklahoma so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Oklahoma

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Oklahoma is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line or top 5 inches.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 25% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 25% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 25% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line or top 5 inches.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 25% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in Oklahoma

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Oklahoma window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 25% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 25% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 25% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 25% reflective.

Other Oklahoma window tint rules and regulations:

Oklahoma does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required if back window is tinted.
  • Restricted Colors: No color-altering materials are permitted.
  • Certificates: Film manufacturers need to certify the film they sell in the state. Check with your dealer if they are using certified film.
  • Stickers: No sticker to identify legal tinting is required.
  • Medical Exceptions: Oklahoma allows medical exemptions for special tint.
  • Penalties: Misdemeanor, penalties in Section 17-101 of Olahoma statutes.
Keep in mind that Oklahoma tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Oklahoma Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Oklahoma was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Oklahoma were enacted in 2005. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Oklahoma Info

Oklahoma

Oklahoma is a state located in West South Central United States. Oklahoma is the 20th most extensive and the 28th most populous of the 50 United States. A major producer of natural gas, oil, and agriculture, Oklahoma relies on an economic base of aviation, energy, telecommunications, and biotechnology. It has one of the fastest growing economies in the nation, ranking among the top states in per capita income growth and gross domestic product growth. Oklahoma City and Tulsa serve as Oklahoma's primary economic anchors, with nearly two thirds of Oklahomans living within their metropolitan statistical areas.

Capital: Oklahoma City

Population: 3,814,820

Area: 69,898 sq mi (181,195 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Edmond, Broken Arrow, Stillwater, Lawton, Moore, Fort Sill, Muskogee, Enid, Bartlesville, Owasso, Tahlequah, Ardmore, Midwest City, Claremore, Altus, Anadarko, Ada, El Reno, Guthrie, Shawnee, Picher, Hollister, Yukon, McAlester, Ponca City, Durant, Weatherford, Chickasha, Sentinel, Cushing, Toppers, Elk City, Broken Bow, Okay, Tishomingo, Miami, Jenks, Duncan, Del City, Sapulpa, Pawhuska, McLoud, Sand Springs, Boise City, Pryor Creek, Valliant, Woodward

Counties ▼

Counties in Oklahoma: Adair, Alfalfa, Atoka, Beaver, Beckham, Blaine, Bryan, Caddo, Canadian, Carter, Cherokee, Choctaw, Cimarron, Cleveland, Coal, Comanche, Cotton, Craig, Creek, Custer, Day, Delaware, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Garvin, Grady, Grant, Greer, Harmon, Harper, Haskell, Hughes, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnston, Kay, Kingfisher, Kiowa, Latimer, LeFlore, Lincoln, Logan, Love, Major, Marshall, Mayes, McClain, McCurtain, McIntosh, Murray, Muskogee, Noble, Nowata, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Payne, Pittsburg, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie, Pushmataha, Roger Mills, Rogers, Seminole, Sequoyah, State Level Sites, Stephens, Texas, Tillman, Tulsa, Wagoner, Washington, Washita, Woods, Woodward

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Oklahoma Statutes section 47-12-422: Restrictions on use of glass coating materials or sunscreening devices on windshields and windows. (open "Title 47. Motor Vehicles" and scroll to relevant section)



Ohio Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in Ohio were enacted in 2004. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Ohio so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Ohio

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Ohio is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 5 inches of the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 5 inches of the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in Ohio

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Ohio window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: No reflectorized materials permitted.
  • Back Side windows: No reflectorized materials permitted.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: No reflectorized materials permitted.
  • Back Side windows: No reflectorized materials permitted.

Other Ohio window tint rules and regulations:

Ohio does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: No restrictions.
  • Restricted Colors: No colors of tint are banned.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film need to certify the film they sell in Ohio. Ask your dealer if they are using certified film.
  • Stickers: The sticker to identify legal tinting is required between the film & glass on each tinted window.
  • Medical Exceptions: Ohio laws make no mention of medical exemptions for special tint.
  • Penalties: Misdemeanor with around $120 fine.
Keep in mind that Ohio tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Ohio Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Ohio was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Ohio were enacted in 2004. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Ohio Info

Ohio

Ohio is a state in the Midwestern United States. Ohio is the 34th largest (by area), the 7th most populous, and the 10th most densely populated of the 50 United States. The state's capital and largest city is Columbus.

Capital: Columbus

Population: 11,544,225

Area: 44,825 sq mi (116,096 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Ohio: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Steubenville, Akron, Dayton, Toledo, Youngstown, Canton, Defiance, Sandusky, Avon, Warren, Lima, Dublin, Put-in-Bay, Cuyahoga Falls, Strongsville, Xenia, Westerville, Findlay, Zanesville, Elyria, Mentor, Mansfield, Lakewood, Chillicothe, Springfield, Delphos, Wooster, Mason, Parma, Marysville, Kettering, Perrysburg, Shaker Heights, Grove City, Westlake, Columbiana, Athens, Yellow Springs, Massillon, Stow, West Chester Township, Hamilton, Loveland, Oberlin, Middletown, Chagrin Falls, Troy

Counties ▼

Counties in Ohio: Adams, Allen, Ashland, Ashtabula, Athens, Auglaize, Belmont, Brown, Butler, Carroll, Champaign, Clark, Clermont, Clinton, Columbiana, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Darke, Defiance, Delaware, Erie, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Fulton, Gallia, Geauga, Greene, Guernsey, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin, Harrison, Henry, Highland, Hocking, Holmes, Huron, Jackson, Jefferson, Knox, Lake, Lawrence, Licking, Logan, Lorain, Lucas, Madison, Mahoning, Marion, Medina, Meigs, Mercer, Miami, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Morrow, Muskingum, Noble, Ottawa, Paulding, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Portage, Preble, Putnam, Richland, Ross, Sandusky, Scioto, Seneca, Shelby, Stark, State Level Sites, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Union, Van Wert, Vinton, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Williams, Wood, Wyandot

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Ohio Revised Code Section 4513.241: Using tinted glass and other vision obscuring materials



North Dakota Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in North Dakota were enacted in 2003. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in North Dakota so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in North Dakota

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in North Dakota is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Must allow more than 70% of light in.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Must allow more than 70% of light in.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in North Dakota

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. North Dakota window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.

Other North Dakota window tint rules and regulations:

North Dakota does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required in North Dakota if any window behind driver is tinted.
  • Restricted Colors: There are no specific tint colors restricted from usage.
  • Certificates: Film manufacturers don't need to certify the film they sell in this state.
  • Stickers: Sticker to identify legal tinting is not required.
  • Medical Exceptions: North Dakota no longer allows medical exemptions for window tint.
Keep in mind that North Dakota tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
North Dakota Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in North Dakota was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in North Dakota were enacted in 2003. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of North Dakota Info

North Dakota

North Dakota is the 39th state of the United States. It is located in the Upper Midwestern region of the United States, with its northern border running along the borders with the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba and with the states of Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south and Montana to the west. The state capitol is located in Bismarck and the largest city is Fargo. Currently, North Dakota is the 19th most extensive but the 3rd least populous and the 4th least densely populated of the 50 United States.

Capital: Bismarck

Population: 699,628

Area: 70,700 sq mi (183,272 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in North Dakota: Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, Williston, Dickinson, West Fargo, Mandan, Abercrombie, Devils Lake, Jamestown, Watford City, Medora, Wahpeton, Cando, Aneta, Valley City, Oriska, Tioga, LaMoure, Zap, New Town, Gardena, Stanley, Pembina, Bottineau, Cavalier, Rugby, Alamo, Beulah, Mylo, Flasher, Killdeer, Wolford, Kenmare, Mountain, Amenia, Grafton, Parshall, Reeder, Washburn, Bowman, Towner, Frontier, Trenton, Minto, Mayville, Oxbow, Tower City, Munich

Counties ▼

Counties in North Dakota: Adams, Barnes, Benson, Billings, Bottineau, Bowman, Burke, Burleigh, Cass, Cavalier, Dickey, Divide, Dunn, Eddy, Emmons, Foster, Golden Valley, Grand Forks, Grant, Griggs, Hettinger, Kidder, LaMoure, Logan, McHenry, McIntosh, McKenzie, McLean, Mercer, Morton, Mountrail, Nelson, Oliver, Pembina, Pierce, Ramsey, Random, Renville, Richland, Rolette, Sargent, Sheridan, Sioux, Slope, Stark, Steele, Stutsman, Towner, Traill, Walsh, Ward, Wells, Williams

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

North Dakota Laws 39-21-39. Windshield (PDF file)

North Dakota Department of Transportation: FAQ & General Information (PDF file)

North Dakota Highway Patrol - Allowed percentage of tint on vehicle windows



North Carolina Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in North Carolina were enacted in 2001. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in North Carolina so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in North Carolina

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in North Carolina is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line or top 5 inches.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 35% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line or top 5 inches.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in North Carolina

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. North Carolina window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.

Other North Carolina window tint rules and regulations:

North Carolina does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: If the back window is tinted dual side mirrors are required.
  • Restricted Colors: RED, AMBER and YELLOW colors are not permitted.
  • Tint Variance: 3% variance allowed (up to 32% VLT).
  • Certificates: Film manufacturers are not required to certify the film they sell in this state.
  • Stickers: No sticker to identify legal tinting is required. Medical exemption sticker is required if applicable.
  • Medical Exceptions: North Carolina allows medical exemptions for special tint. For more details about the specific terms of the exemption, consult your state law.
Keep in mind that North Carolina tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
North Carolina Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in North Carolina was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in North Carolina were enacted in 2001. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of North Carolina Info

North Carolina

North Carolina is a state in Southeastern United States. The state borders South Carolina and Georgia to the south, Tennessee to the west, Virginia to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. North Carolina is the 28th most extensive and the 10th most populous of the 50 United States.

Capital: Raleigh

Population: 9,752,073

Area: 53,819 sq mi (139,390 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in North Carolina: Raleigh, Charlotte, Asheville, Greensboro, Wilmington, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Greenville, New Bern, High Point, Boone, Mooresville, Jacksonville, Concord, Apex, Gastonia, Lizard Lick, Carolina Beach, Hickory, Southport, Hendersonville, Rocky Mount, Huntersville, Kitty Hawk, Goldsboro, Blowing Rock, Emerald Isle, Wake Forest, Burlington, Kill Devil Hills, Morrisville, Wrightsville Beach, Cherokee, Morehead City, Hot Springs, Thomasville, Mount Airy, Salisbury, Oak Island, Statesville, Elizabeth City, Holly Springs, Wilson, Waynesville, Nags Head, Fuquay-Varina, Beaufort

Counties ▼

Counties in North Carolina: Alamance, Cumberland, Johnston, Randolph, Alexander, Currituck, Jones, Richmond, Alleghany, Dare, Lee, Robeson, Anson, Davidson, Lenoir, Rockingham, Ashe, Davie, Lincoln, Rowan, Avery, Duplin, Macon, Rutherford, Beaufort, Durham, Madison, Sampson, Bertie, Edgecombe, Martin, Scotland, Bladen, Forsyth, Mcdowell, Stanly, Brunswick, Franklin, Mecklenburg, Stokes, Buncombe, Gaston, Mitchell, Surry, Burke, Gates, Montgomery, Swain, Cabarrus, Graham, Moore, Transylvania, Caldwell, Granville, Nash, Tyrrell, Camden, Greene, New Hanover, Union, Carteret, Guilford, Northampton, Vance, Caswell, Halifax, Onslow, Wake, Catawba, Harnett, Orange, Warren, Chatham, Haywood, Pamlico, Washington, Cherokee, Henderson, Pasquotank, Watauga, Chowan, Hertford, Pender, Wayne, Clay, Hoke, Perquimans, Wilkes, Cleveland, Hyde, Person, Wilson, Columbus, Iredell, Pitt, Yadkin, Craven, Jackson, Polk, Yancey

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Window Tinting - North Carolina DMV

North Carolina Statutes § 20-127. Windows and windshield wipers. (.PDF file)


Medical exemption info:

NC Department of Transportation: Tinted window waiver application form (.pdf file)



New York Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in New York were enacted in 1991 and ammended in 2017. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in New York so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in New York

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in New York is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Must allow more than 70% of light in (non-reflective tint with any darkness can be used on top 6 inches).
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 70% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 70% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used if using dual exterior rear view mirrors.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Must allow more than 70% of light in (non-reflective tint with any darkness can be used on top 6 inches).
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 70% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in New York

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. New York window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.

Other New York window tint rules and regulations:

New York does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required if back side windows or rear window is tinted below 70% VLT.
  • Restricted Colors: No colors of tint are explicitly banned by New York tint laws.
  • Certificates: Film manufacturers are not required to certify the film they sell in this state.
  • Stickers: The sticker to identify legal tinting is required between the film & glass on each tinted window.
  • Medical Exceptions: New York allows medical exemptions for special tint. See form MV-80W below for details.
Keep in mind that New York tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
New York Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in New York was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in New York were enacted in 1991 and ammended in 2017. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of New York Info

New York

New York is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. New York is bordered by New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the south, and by Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont to the east. The state has a maritime border with Rhode Island east of Long Island, as well as an international border with the Canadian provinces of Ontario to the west and north, and Quebec to the north. The state of New York is often referred to as New York State to distinguish it from New York City.

Capital: Albany

Population: 19,570,261

Area: 54,556 sq mi (141,300 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in New York: New York City, Albany, Buffalo, Syracuse, Brooklyn, Rochester, Yonkers, Ithaca, Niagara Falls, White Plains, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, Binghamton, Poughkeepsie, New Rochelle, Troy, Utica, Amityville, Town of Hempstead, Lake Placid, Plattsburgh, Huntington, Newburgh, Levittown, Scarsdale, Watertown, Great Neck, Elmira, Tarrytown, Cooperstown, Middletown, Garden City, Brookhaven, Islip, Smithtown, Canandaigua, Sleepy Hollow, Woodstock, Amherst, Bronxville, Babylon, Long Beach, Clifton Park, Glens Falls, Nyack, Mount Vernon, New Paltz, Town of Oyster Bay, Beacon, Rhinebeck

Counties ▼

Counties in New York: Albany, Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Dutchess, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Nassau, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orange, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Seneca, St , Lawrence, Steuben, Suffolk, Sullivan, Tioga, Tompkins, Ulster, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Westchester, Wyoming, Yates

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

New York Consolidated Laws: Vehicle & Traffic (VAT), Article 9, Section 375.12-a: Light transmittance; medical exemptions

New York Department of Motor Vehicles - Tinted windows


Medical exemption info:

New York DMV - Application for tinted window exemption (Form MV-80W; .pdf file)



New Mexico Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in New Mexico were enacted in 1997. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in New Mexico so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in New Mexico

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in New Mexico is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint above the manufacturer's AS-1 line or top 5 inches is allowed.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 20% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 20% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 20% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint above the manufacturer's AS-1 line or top 5 inches is allowed.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 20% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in New Mexico

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. New Mexico window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: No reflection permitted.
  • Back Side windows: No reflection permitted.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: No reflection permitted.
  • Back Side windows: No reflection permitted.

Other New Mexico window tint rules and regulations:

New Mexico does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required if any side or back windows are tinted.
  • Restricted Colors: Red, amber and yellow colors are not permitted.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film need to certify the film they sell in the state. Ask your dealer if they are using certified film.
  • Stickers: The sticker to identify legal tinting is required between the film & glass on every tinted window.
  • Medical Exceptions: New Mexico allows medical exemptions for special tint.
  • Penalties: Petty misdemeanor with up to $75 fine.
Keep in mind that New Mexico tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
New Mexico Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in New Mexico was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in New Mexico were enacted in 1997. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of New Mexico Info

New Mexico

New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. New Mexico is also usually considered one of the Mountain States. New Mexico is the 5th most extensive, the 36th most populous, and the 6th least densely populated of the 50 United States.

Capital: Santa Fe

Population: 2,085,538

Area: 121,589 sq mi (315,194 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in New Mexico: Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Taos, Roswell, Rio Rancho, Alamogordo, Silver City, Ruidoso, Carlsbad, Farmington, Gallup, Clovis, Truth or Consequences, Hobbs, Las Vegas, Taos Ski Valley, Socorro, Red River, Española, Raton, Deming, Cloudcroft, Artesia, Los Lunas, Tucumcari, Angel Fire, Abiquiú, Pecos, Grants, Hatch, Aztec, Bernalillo, Tijeras, Sunland Park, Chama, Belen, Jemez Springs, Mesilla, Weed, Santa Rosa, Pie Town, Corrales, Lordsburg, Portales, New Mexico, Cimarron, Fort Sumner, Vermejo Park Ranch, Questa, Elephant Butte

Counties ▼

Counties in New Mexico: Bernalillo, Catron, Chaves, Cibola, Colfax, Curry, De Baca, Dona Ana, Eddy, Grant, Guadalupe, Harding, Hidalgo, Lea, Lincoln, Los Alamos, Luna, McKinley, Mora, Otero, Quay, Rio Arriba, Roosevelt, Sandoval, San Juan, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Sierra, Socorro, Taos, Torrance, Union, Valencia

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

New Mexico Statutes section 66-3-846.1: Sun screening material on windshields and windows



New Jersey Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in New Jersey were enacted in 2003. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in New Jersey so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in New Jersey

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in New Jersey is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: No tint is allowed on the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: No tint can be applied legally to this window.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be applied.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be applied.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: No tint is allowed on the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: No tint can be applied legally to this window.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in New Jersey

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. New Jersey window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No mirrored or metallic appearance.

Other New Jersey window tint rules and regulations:

New Jersey does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required if back window is tinted.
  • Restricted Colors: No colors of tint are explicitly banned by New Jersey law.
  • Certificates: Film manufacturers don't need to certify the film they sell in this state.
  • Stickers: Stickers to identify legal tinting are not required.
  • Medical Exceptions: New Jersey allows medical exemptions for special tint. For more details about the specific terms of the exemption, consult New Jersey law.
  • Penalties: Maximum $1,000 fine for first offense, and $5,000 for second or subsequent offenses (NJ Statutes 39:3-75.3)
Keep in mind that New Jersey tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
New Jersey Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in New Jersey was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in New Jersey were enacted in 2003. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of New Jersey Info

New Jersey

New Jersey is a state in the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic regions of the United States. It is bordered on the north and east by the U.S. state of New York, on the southeast and south by the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Pennsylvania, and on the southwest by Delaware. New Jersey is the fourth-least extensive, but the 11th-most populous and the most densely populated of the 50 United States. New Jersey lies mostly within the sprawling metropolitan areas of New York City and Philadelphia. It is also the second-wealthiest U.S. state by 2011 median household income.

Capital: Trenton

Population: 8,864,590

Area: 8,721 sq mi (22,608 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in New Jersey: Jersey City, Atlantic City, Newark, Hoboken, Sandy Hook, Camden, Trenton, Toms River, Ocean City, Princeton, Cape May, Cherry Hill, Seaside Heights, Morristown, Montclair, Wildwood, New Brunswick, Elizabeth, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Paterson, Edison, Bayonne, Red Bank, Brick Township, Hackensack, Asbury Park, Union Township, Englishtown, Piscataway, West New York, Secaucus, Paramus, Ridgewood, Woodbridge, Hamilton Township, Fort Lee, Union City, Alpine, Teaneck, Clifton, Belmar, Wayne, North Bergen, Middletown, West Orange, Old Bridge, Vineland, Basking Ridge, Summit, East Brunswick Township

Counties ▼

Counties in New Jersey: Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

New Jersey Laws - Title 13, Chapter 20, Subchapter 1 - Types of sunscreening materials and products


Medical exemption info:

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission - Window sun-screening for medical reasons

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission - Medical exemption application form (.pdf file)



New Hampshire Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in New Hampshire were enacted in 1990. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in New Hampshire so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in New Hampshire

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in New Hampshire is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint of 35% VLT is allowed on the top 6 inches of the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 70% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 35% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint of 35% VLT is allowed on the top 6 inches of the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 70% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 35% of light in.

NH state passed new legislation in 2021 permitting 70% VLT on front side windows. See House Bill 224 in references below.

Window tint reflection in New Hampshire

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. New Hampshire window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.
  • Back Side windows: No metallic or mirrored appearance.

Other New Hampshire window tint rules and regulations:

New Hampshire does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required only if back window is tinted.
  • Restricted Colors: No colors of tint are explicitly restricted.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film do not need to certify the film they sell in New Hampshire.
  • Stickers: State law recommends but does not require stickers to identify legal tinting.
  • Medical Exceptions: New Hampshire law does allow medical exemptions for 35% VLT on the windshield and windows to the left and right of the driver.
  • Penalties: Non-moving traffic violation.
Keep in mind that New Hampshire tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
New Hampshire Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in New Hampshire was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in New Hampshire were enacted in 1990. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of New Hampshire Info

New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. The state was named after the southern English county of Hampshire. It is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north. New Hampshire is the 5th smallest and the 9th least populous of the 50 United States.

Capital: Concord

Population: 1,320,718

Area: 9,304 sq mi (24,217 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in New Hampshire: Nashua, Portsmouth, Manchester, Concord, Dover, Keene, Laconia, Hanover, Derry, Merrimack, Exeter, Salem, Hampton Beach, Lebanon, Hampton, Rochester, Londonderry, Bedford, Wolfeboro, Hooksett, Durham, Sunapee, Amherst, Goffstown, Gilford, Hudson, Windham, Plaistow, Claremont, Littleton, Berlin, Peterborough, Lincoln, Stratham, North Hampton, Meredith, Milford, Waterville Valley, Conway, New Boston, Somersworth, Pelham, Hollis, Plymouth, Epping, Seabrook, Rindge, Bretton Woods, Rye, Moultonborough

Counties ▼

Counties in New Hampshire: Belknap, Carroll, Cheshire, Coos, Grafton, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham, Strafford, Sullivan

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

New Hampshire Statutes section 266:58-a: Tinted glass

New Hampshire House Bill 224 - Amended tinting laws in 2021


Medical exemption info:

New Hampshire DMV: Tinted windows medical waiver

New Hampshire DMV: Application for tinted window medical waiver (.pdf file)



Nevada Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in Nevada were enacted in 1993. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Nevada so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Nevada

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Nevada is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in Nevada

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Nevada window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: No reference to reflectivity in the current law.
  • Back Side windows: No reference to reflectivity in the current law.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: No reference to reflectivity in the current law.
  • Back Side windows: No reference to reflectivity in the current law.

Other Nevada window tint rules and regulations:

Nevada does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required if back window is tinted.
  • Restricted Colors: Colors RED and AMBER are not permitted.
  • Tint Variance: State laws allow 7% light transmission tolerance.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film need to certify the film they sell in Nevada. Ask your dealer if they are using certified film.
  • Stickers: No sticker to identify legal tinting is required.
  • Medical Exceptions: Nevada allows medical exemptions for special tint.
Keep in mind that Nevada tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Nevada Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Nevada was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Nevada were enacted in 1993. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Nevada Info

Nevada

Nevada is a state in the western, mountain west, and southwestern regions of the United States. Nevada is the 7th most extensive, the 35th most populous, and the 9th least densely populated of the 50 United States. Over two-thirds of Nevada's people live in Clark County, which contains the Las Vegas–Paradise metropolitan area where the state's three largest incorporated cities are located. The establishment of legalized gambling and lenient marriage and divorce proceedings in the 20th century transformed Nevada into a major tourist destination. Nevada is the only state in the U.S. where prostitution is legal. The tourism industry remains Nevada's largest employer, with mining continuing to be a substantial sector of the economy as Nevada is the fourth largest producer of gold in the world.

Capital: Carson City

Population: 2,758,931

Area: 110,622 sq mi (286,367 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Nevada: Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Elko, Boulder City, Sparks, Virginia City, Mesquite, Winnemucca, Jackpot, Ely, Summerlin, Primm, West Wendover, Fallon, Goldfield, Caliente, Rhyolite, Fernley, Alamo, Panaca, Lovelock, Silver Zone, Eureka, Genoa, Yerington, Currant, Mercury, Pioche, Carvers, Lida, Overton, Austin, Nelson, Wells, Coyote Springs, Logandale, Amargosa Valley, Jean, Carlin, Silver Peak, Cobre, Contact, Bonnie Springs, Delamar, Carson Hot Springs, Sun City Summerlin

Counties ▼

Counties in Nevada: Carson City, Churchill, Clark, Douglas, Elko, Esmeralda, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lincoln, Lyon, Mineral, Nye, Pershing, Storey, Washoe, White Pine

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Nevada Revised Statutes section 484.6195: Restrictions on tinting


Medical exemption info:

Nevada Department of Public Safety - Application for Window Tint Exemption (.pdf file)



Nebraska Window Tinting Laws

Nebraska Window Tint Law:
  Sedan MPV
Windshield AS-1 AS-1
Front Side 35% 35%
Back side 20% Any
Rear window 20% Any

Nebraska window tint laws restrict windshield tint above AS-1 line. Front side windows must have 35% light transmission or more. Back side windows and rear window may have 20% VLT on passenger vehicles, or any darkness on SUVs and other multi purpose vehicles.

Car window tinting laws in Nebraska were enacted in 2006. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Nebraska so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Nebraska

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Nebraska is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 20% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 20% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: May have any darkness.
  • Rear Window: May have any darkness.

Nebraska laws prohibit tinting windows where "ability to see into the motor vehicle is substantially impaired". This is very open to interpretation, so to be safe you may want to avoid tint less than 20% VLT on all vehicles.

Window tint reflection in Nebraska

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Nebraska window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Other Nebraska window tint rules and regulations:

Nebraska does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Nebraska state law does not specify side mirror requirements.
  • Restricted Colors: RED, AMBER and YELLOW colors are not permitted on windshields by Nebraska law.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film do NOT need to certify the film they sell in the state.
  • Stickers: No sticker to identify legal tinting is required.
  • Medical Exceptions: Nebraska law does NOT allow medical exemptions that would allow you use special tint.
  • Penalties: Class V misdemeanor.
Keep in mind that Nebraska tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Nebraska Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Nebraska was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Nebraska were enacted in 2006. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Nebraska Info

Nebraska

Nebraska is a state on the Great Plains of the Midwestern United States. Its state capital is Lincoln. Its largest city is Omaha, which is on the Missouri River. The state is crossed by many historic trails, but it was the California Gold Rush that first brought large numbers of non-indigenous settlers to the area. Nebraska became a state in 1867.

Capital: Lincoln

Population: 1,845,525

Area: 77,354 sq mi (200,520 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Nebraska: Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island, Papillion, Kearney, Monowi, North Platte, Scottsbluff, Bellevue, Fremont, Nebraska City, Clarks, Norfolk, Hastings, Boys Town, Wahoo, Columbus, Ogallala, Beatrice, Oshkosh, Cosmo Township, La Vista, Chadron, Sidney, Rising City, Alliance, Stocking Township, Elkhorn, McCook, York, Valentine, South Sioux City, Plattsmouth, Gering, Mapps, Broken Bow, Alvo, Peru, Blair, Lexington, Gretna, Gothenburg, Joder, Falls City, Seward, Wayne, Geneva, Crete, Aurora, Surprise

Counties ▼

Counties in Nebraska: Adams, Antelope, Arthur, Banner, Blaine, Boone, BoxButte, Boyd, Brown, Buffalo, Burt, Butler, Cass, Cedar, Chase, Cherry, Cheyenne, Clay, Colfax, Cuming, Custer, Dakota, Dawes, Dawson, Deuel, Dixon, Dodge, Douglas, Dundy, Fillmore, Franklin, Frontier, Furnas, Gage, Garden, Garfield, Gosper, Grant, Greeley, Hall, Hamilton, Harlan, Hayes, Hitchcock, Holt, Hooker, Howard, Jefferson, Johnson, Kearney, Keith, KeyaPaha, Kimball, Knox, Lancaster, Lincoln, Logan, Loup, Madison, McPherson, Merrick, Morrill, Nance, Nemaha, Nuckolls, Otoe, Pawnee, Perkins, Phelps, Pierce, Platte, Polk, Red Willow, Richardson, Rock, Saline, Sarpy, Saunders, , Seward, ScottsBluff, Sheridan, Sherman, Sioux, Stanton, Thayer, Thomas, Thurston, Valley, Washington, Wayne, Webster, Wheeler, York

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Nebraska Revised Statutes section 60-6, 257: Windshields and windows; tinting; sun-screening



Montana Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in Montana were enacted in 1991, ammended in 2007. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Montana so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Montana

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Montana is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 24% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 14% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 14% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 24% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in Montana

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Montana window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Other Montana window tint rules and regulations:

Montana does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: No restrictions on side mirrors in Montana.
  • Restricted Colors: Red, yellow and amber are not allowed.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film do NOT need to certify the film they sell in the state.
  • Stickers: State law recommends but does not require stickers to identify legal tinting.
  • Medical Exceptions: Montana allows medical exemptions for special tint. For more details about the specific terms of the exemption, consult your state law.
  • Penalties: Misdemeanor with up to $500 fine and/or up to 6 months in county jail (Montana law 46-18-212).
Keep in mind that Montana tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Montana Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Montana was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Montana were enacted in 1991, ammended in 2007. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Montana Info

Montana

Montana is a state in the Western United States. Montana is ranked 4th in size, but 44th in population and the 48th in population density of the 50 United States. The economy is primarily based on agriculture, including ranching and cereal grain farming. Other significant economic activities include oil, gas, coal and hard rock mining, lumber, and the fastest-growing sector, tourism. The health care, service and government sectors also are significant to the state's economy. Millions of tourists annually visit Glacier National Park, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, and Yellowstone National Park.

Capital: Helena

Population: 1,005,141

Area: 147,042 sq mi (381,154 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Montana: Missoula, Bozeman, Billings, Helena, Great Falls, Kalispell, Butte, Whitefish, Outlook, Anaconda, Red Lodge, West Yellowstone, Livingston, Miles City, Libby, Hamilton, Sidney, Roundup, Polson, Dillon, Lewistown, Glendive, Hot Springs, Columbia Falls, Belgrade, Three Forks, Froid, Havre, Virginia City, Deer Lodge, Cut Bank, Ennis, Philipsburg, Stevensville, Choteau, Glasgow, Big Timber, Shelby, Wolf Point, Eureka, Fort Benton, Browning, Plentywood, Lolo Hot Springs, Thompson Falls, White Sulphur Springs, Sweetgrass, West Glacier, Laurel, Hardin

Counties ▼

Counties in Montana: Beaverhead, Big Horn, Blaine, Broadwater, Carbon, Carter, Cascade, Chouteau, Custer, Daniels, Dawson, Deer Lodge, Fallon, Fergus, Flathead, Gallatin, Garfield, Glacier, Golden Valley, Granite, Hill, Jefferson, Judith Basin, Lake, Lewis and Clark, Liberty, Lincoln, McCone, Madison, Meagher, Mineral, Missoula, Musselshell, Park, Petroleum, Phillips, Pondera, Powder River, Powell, Prairie, Ravalli, Richland, Roosevelt, Rosebud, Sanders, Sheridan, Silver Bow, Stillwater, Sweet Grass, Teton, Toole, Treasure, Valley, Wheatland, Wibaux, Yellowstone

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Montana Code section 61-9-405: Window tinting and sunscreening


Medical exemption info:

Montana Code section 61-9-428 - Window tinting and sunscreening -- waiver -- conditions



Missouri Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in Missouri were enacted in 2002. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Missouri so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Missouri

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Missouri is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 35% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in Missouri

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Missouri window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Other Missouri window tint rules and regulations:

Missouri does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required only if back window is tinted.
  • Restricted Colors: No colors of tint are explicitly banned.
  • Tint Variance: 3% variance allowed.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film do NOT need to certify the film they sell in Missouri.
  • Stickers: No sticker to identify legal tinting is required.
  • Medical Exceptions: Missouri allows medical exemptions for special tint
Keep in mind that Missouri tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Missouri Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Missouri was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Missouri were enacted in 2002. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Missouri Info

Missouri

Missouri is a U.S. state located in the Midwestern United States. It's the 21st most extensive and the 18th most populous of the 50 United States. Missouri comprises 114 counties and the independent city of St. Louis. The four largest urban areas are St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia, and the Missouri's capital is Jefferson City.

Capital: Jefferson City

Population: 6,021,988

Area: 69,704 sq mi (180,533 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Missouri: St. Louis, Kansas City, Branson, Springfield, Jefferson City, Columbia, Joplin, Saint Charles, Independence, Cape Girardeau, Lee's Summit, Saint Peters, Chesterfield, Florissant, Blue Springs, O'Fallon, Liberty, Hollister, Wentzville, Saint Joseph, Ballwin, Rolla, Hannibal, Youngers, Humphreys, Hermann, Maryland Heights, Marceline, Poplar Bluff, Sikeston, Warrensburg, Hazelwood, Sedalia, Kirksville, Osage Beach, Town and Country, Kirkwood, Clayton, West Plains, Creve Coeur, Rington, Eminence, Battlefield, Fenton, Ozark, Webster Groves, Bridgeton, Nixa, Wildwood, Belton

Counties ▼

Counties in Missouri: Adair, Andrew, Atchison, Audrain, Barry, Barton, Bates, Benton, Bollinger, Boone, Buchanan, Butler, Caldwell, Callaway, Camden, Cape Girardeau, Carroll, Carter, Cass, Cedar, Chariton, Christian, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Cole, Cooper, Crawford, Dade, Dallas, Daviess, Dent, DeKalb, Douglas, Dunklin, Franklin, Gasconade, Gentry, Greene, Grundy, Harrison, Henry, Hickory, Holt, Howard, Howell, Iron, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, Laclede, Lafayette, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Linn, Livingstone, Macon, Madison, Maries, Marion, McDonald, Mercer, Miller, Mississippi, Moniteau, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, New Madrid, Newton, Nodaway, Oregon, Osage, Ozark, Pemiscot, Perry, Pettis, Phelps, Pike, Platte, Polk, Pulaski, Putnam, Ralls, Randolph, Ray, Reynolds, Ripley , Saline, Schuyler, Scotland, Scott, Shannon, Shelby, St. Charles, St. Clair, St. Francois, St. Louis, St. Louis City, Ste. Genevieve, Stoddard, Stone, Sullivan, Taney, Texas, Vernon, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Webster, Worth, Wright

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Missouri State Highway Patrol: Window Tinting - What's Legal (PDF file)

Missouri Vehicle Statutes Chapter 307 Section 173: Specifications for sun-screening device applied to windshield or window



Mississippi Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in Mississippi were enacted in 1988, and amended in 2006. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Mississippi so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Mississippi

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Mississippi is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 28% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 28% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 28% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 28% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in Mississippi

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Mississippi window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.

Other Mississippi window tint rules and regulations:

Mississippi does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: No restrictions.
  • Restricted Colors: You can use all tint colors.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film need to certify the film they sell in the state. Check with your dealer to confirm they are using certified film.
  • Stickers: Sticker certifying that all window have a light transmittance of 28% or more must be on windshield.
  • Medical Exceptions: Mississippi permits medical exemptions for special tint.
  • Penalties: Fine up to $1000, or imprisonment in county jail up to 3 months, or both.
Keep in mind that Mississippi tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Mississippi Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Mississippi was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Mississippi were enacted in 1988, and amended in 2006. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Mississippi Info

Mississippi

Mississippiis a U.S. state located in the Southern United States. Jackson is the state capital and largest city. The name of the state derives from the Mississippi River, which flows along its western boundary, whose name comes from the Ojibwe word misi-ziibi ("Great River"). Mississippi is the 32nd most extensive and the 31st most populous of the 50 United States.

Capital: Jackson

Population: 2,984,926

Area: 48,430 sq mi (125,443 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Mississippi: Jackson, Biloxi, Hattiesburg, Gulfport, Tupelo, Natchez, Vicksburg, Meridian, Pascagoula, Starkville, Ocean Springs, Southaven, Oxford, Clarksdale, Tunica, Ridgeland, Columbus, Greenville, Olive Branch, Jetts, Philadelphia, Pearl, Long Beach, Laurel, Bay St. Louis, Madison, Greenwood, Brandon, Corinth, Pass Christian, McComb, Picayune, Flowood, Moss Point, Clinton, Yazoo City, Hernando, Cleveland, Adelle, Canton, Grenada, Holly Springs, Batesville, Renova, Gloster, Kosciusko, Brookhaven, Harmontown, Horn Lake, New Albany

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Counties in Mississippi: Adams, Alcorn, Amite, Attala, Benton, Bolivar, Calhoun, Carroll, Chickasaw, Chocktaw, Claiborne, Clarke, Clay, Coahoma, Copiah, Covington, DeSoto, Forrest, Franklin, George, Greene, Grenada, Hancock, Harrison, Hinds, Holmes, Humphreys, Issaquena, Itawamba, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Jefferson Davis, Jones, Kemper, Lafayette, Lamar, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Leake, Lee, Leflore, Lincoln, Lowndes, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Monroe, Montgomery, Nashoba, Netton, Nexubee, Oktibbeha, Panola, Pearl River, Perry, Pike, Pontotoc, Prentiss, Quitman, Rankin, Scott, Sharkey, Simpson, Smith, Stone, Sunflower, Tallahatchie, Tate, Tippah, Tishomingo, Tunica, Union, Walthall, Warren, Washington, Webster, Wilkinston, Winston, Yalobusha, Yazoo

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Mississippi Code section 63-7-59: Windows and window glass generally



Minnesota Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in Minnesota were enacted in 1985. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Minnesota so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Minnesota

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Minnesota is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: No tint is allowed on the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in.
  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 50% of light in.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: No tint is allowed on the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Window tint reflection in Minnesota

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Minnesota window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 20% reflective.

Other Minnesota window tint rules and regulations:

Minnesota does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: There are no restrictions or requirements for side mirrors in Minnesota.
  • Restricted Colors: No colors of tint are explicitly restricted from use.
  • Tint Variance: 3% variance allowed.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers do NOT need to certify the film they sell in the state.
  • Stickers: The sticker to identify legal tinting is required between the film & glass on the driver’s side window.
  • Medical Exceptions: Minnesota allows medical exemptions for special tint.
Keep in mind that Minnesota tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Minnesota Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Minnesota was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Minnesota were enacted in 1985. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Minnesota Info

Minnesota

Minnesota is a U.S. state in the Midwestern United States. Minnesota was carved out of the eastern half of the Minnesota Territory and admitted to the Union as the 32nd state on May 11, 1858. Known as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes", the state's name comes from a Dakota word for "sky-tinted water". Those waters, together with forests, parks, and wilderness areas, offer residents and tourists a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Minnesota is the 12th most extensive and the 21st most populous of the U.S. States.

Capital: Saint Paul

Population: 5,379,139

Area: 86,939 sq mi (225,181 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Minnesota: Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Duluth, Minnetonka, Bloomington, Edina, Rochester, Mankato, St. Cloud, Eden Prairie, Bearville Township, Burnsville, Eagan, Maple Grove, Bemidji, Stillwater, Red Wing, Vergas, Staples, Brainerd, Brooklyn Park, Lakeville, St. Louis Park, Plymouth, Winona, Shakopee, Moorhead, Woodbury, Coon Rapids, Apple Valley, Sax, Walnut Grove, Roseville, Chanhassen, Alexandria, Northfield, Blaine, Rosemount, Chaska, New Ulm, Golden Valley, Willmar, Prior Lake, Wayzata, Ely, Grand Rapids, Faribault, Inver Grove Heights, Owatonna, White Bear Lake

Counties ▼

Counties in Minnesota: Aitkin, Anoka, Becker, Beltrami, Benton, Big Stone, Blue Earth, Brown, Carlton, Carver, Cass, Chippewa, Chisago, Clay, Clearwater, Cook, Cottonwood, Crow Wing, Dakota, Dodge, Douglas, Faribault, Fillmore, Freeborn, Goodhue, Grant, Hennepin, Houston, Hubbard, Isanti, Itasca, Jackson, Kakabec, Kandiyohi, Kittson, Koochiching, Lac qui Parle, Lake, Lake of the Woods, Le Sueur, Lincoln, Lyon, McLeod, Mahnomen, Marshall, Martin, Meeker, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Mower, Murray, Nicollet, Nobles, Norman, Olmsted, Otter Tail, Pennington, Pine, Pipestone, Polk, Pope, Ramsey, Red Lake County, Redwood, Renville, Rice, Rock, Roseau, Saint Louis, Scott, Sherburne, Sibley, Stearns, Steele, Stevens, Swift, Todd, Traverse, Wabasha, Wadena, Waseca, Washington, Watonwan, Wilkin, Winona, Wright, Yellow Medicine

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Minnesota Statutes section 169.71: Windshield.



Michigan Window Tinting Laws

Car window tinting laws in Michigan were enacted in 2000. We have provided all the necessary information about your car's window tint, including how dark or reflective the tint is allowed in your state. There are also additional car window tinting rules and regulations in Michigan so make sure you read all about it below.

Window tint darkness in Michigan

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission. The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Michigan is very specific and different for sedan cars and SUV cars or vans.

Tint darkness for sedans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 4 inches of the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Any darkness can be applied but only on top 4 inches.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:

  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 4 inches of the windshield.
  • Front Side windows: Any darkness can be applied but only on top 4 inches.
  • Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used.
  • Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Michigan permits tinting front windshield and front windows (those adjacent to driver) but only top 4 inches of these windows. Tint is not allowed on any other part of these windows.

Window tint reflection in Michigan

Window tint can reflect incoming light and reduce glare and heat. Michigan window tint law permits a certain window reflection when using a tint so make sure you pay attention to this as well.

Tint reflection for sedans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Tint reflection for SUV and vans:

  • Front Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.
  • Back Side windows: Must not be more than 35% reflective.

Other Michigan window tint rules and regulations:

Michigan does have several other important laws, rules and regulations pertaining to window tinting. They include the following:

  • Side Mirrors: Vehicle must have side mirrors if rear windshield is obstructed.
  • Restricted Colors: Silver and gold tint colors are explicitly prohibited in Michigan.
  • Certificates: Manufacturers of film do NOT need to certify the film they sell in the state.
  • Stickers: No sticker to identify legal tinting is required by law.
  • Medical Exceptions: Michigan allows medical exemptions for special tint. For more details about the specific terms of the exemption, consult Michigan state law.
Keep in mind that Michigan tinting laws and regulations may be interpreted differently in your county or place of residence. We always recommend double-checking our information with your local DMV or law enforcement authorities.
Michigan Tint Laws Our information about window tint laws in Michigan was last updated in 2022. Tinting laws in Michigan were enacted in 2000. In case any of our info provided is not up to date or correct be sure to contact us so we can fix it. Thanks!


State of Michigan Info

Michigan

Michigan is a state in the Great Lakes region of the Midwestern United States. It's the 9th most populous of the 50 United States, with the 11th most extensive total area. Its capital is Lansing, and the largest city is Detroit. Michigan is the only state to consist of two peninsulas, connected by the Mackinac Bridge. While sparsely populated, the Upper Peninsula is economically important due to its status as a tourist destination as well as its abundance of natural resources.

Capital: Lansing

Population: 9,883,360

Area: 96,716 sq mi (250,493 km2)

Cities ▼

Cities in Michigan: Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, Flint, Dearborn, Troy, Muskegon, Holland, Bay City, Novi, Livonia, Royal Oak, Sterling Heights, Farmington Hills, Traverse City, Southfield, Battle Creek, Saginaw, Warren, Pontiac, Auburn Hills, Ypsilanti, Frankenmuth, East Lansing, Midland, Rochester Hills, Marquette, Petoskey, Westland, Bloomfield Hills, Grand Haven, Port Huron, Benton Harbor, Jackson, Birmingham, Saugatuck, New Era, Plymouth, South Haven, Ferndale, Northville, Madison Heights, Wyoming, Rochester, Iron Mountain, Hell, Roseville, Taylor

Counties ▼

Counties in Michigan: Alcona, Alger, Allegan, Alpena, Antrim, Arenac, Baraga, Barry, Bay, Benzie, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Clare, Clinton, Crawford, Delta, Dickinson, Eaton, Emmet, Genesee, Gladwin, Gogebic, Grand Traverse, Gratiot, Hillsdale, Houghton, Huron, Ingham, Ionia, Iosco, Iron, Isabella, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Kalkaska, Kent, Keweenaw, Lake, Lapeer, Leelanau, Lenawee, Livingston, Luce, Mackinac, Macomb, Manistee, Marquette, Mason, Mecosta, Menominee, Midland, Missaukee, Monroe, Montcalm, Montmorency, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oakland, Oceana, Ogemaw, Ontonagon, Osceola, Oscoda, Otsego, Ottawa, Presque Isle, Roscommon, Saginaw, St. Clair, St. Joseph, Sanilac, Schoolcraft, Shiawassee, Tuscola, Van Buren, Washentaw, Wayne County, Wexford County

Wikipedia

State website


Tint law references:

Michigan Vehicle Code section 257.709: Windshields and windows


Medical exemption info:

Michigan State Police Traffic Law FAQs - Tinted windows