But is that tint legal? What percentage is legal?howdy said:Sean,
They probably look darker than they really are due to the lighting toward the end of the day. According to my installer, they're 35s all around - except for the windshield, of course.
Poon said:It depends on where you live. Here is a breakdown of all the state's laws: http://www.tintdude.com/atoh.htmlhowdy said:Sean,
But is that tint legal? What percentage is legal?
35% on the front is generally perfectly legal in most states, except in CA where you have to have clear front windows but then again, no one seems to abide by that law.
Yeah, the tint I have is next to the lightest amount of tinting available and in Texas that the most dark (35%) I can legally put on.Poon said:
Heh. Yeah, I remember a time when installers in my town would do this but I think the law cracked down on them and they stopped to stay in business.Vormund said:Could you get a sticker put on that said it was lighter than what it really was?
Hey Jimmy, this is the best part of it all, I paid nada, zippo, zilch for the tinting. I was able to work it with the salesman and he "threw" in the tint. All I did was wait at home and the installer came out and put it on.darkside3 said:how much did you pay.. i live in san antonio too...