|Back Side Windows||70%|
|Reflectivity||no metallic or mirrored tinting|
What happens if I tint my windshield?
No window tint is permitted on the windscreen except for the uppermost part of the windshield equalling to 10%. Other NSW tinting laws can include: All reflective or mirror-like window tint is not allowed. Any bubbled, damaged, discoloured or deteriorated window tint that impacts the driver’s vision is not permitted.
Is it safe to tint your windshield?
In California, it’s illegal to tint either windshield (except for the strip at the very top), and the windows next to the driver and front-seat passenger. Back-seat windows can have a tint. Tints ensure privacy and help keep interiors safe from sun damage.
Is it worth tinting front windshield?
The answer is a definite yes. In fact, any amount of windshield and window film will provide at least some benefit in protecting your car from the following: Heat. Excessive brightness.
Does windshield tint go on the inside or outside?
In most cases, window film is installed on the inside of the glass. This allows for maximum durability. On vehicles, the window tint is hand-cut on the outside of the glass, then installed on the interior of the glass.
How much should I tint my windshield?
Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 4 inches of the windshield. Front Side windows: Aftermarket film must allow more than 88% of light in, or minimum 70% VLT if combined with factory-tinted windows. Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used. Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.
Should I tint back window darker?
California also restricts the reflective properties of any window tint you add to your vehicle. Your front and rear side windows cannot be more reflective than a normal window. Although reflective window tint film exists, you shouldn’t use it on a car in California.