Florida Window Tinting Laws
Our experts aren't only world-class window tinting installers, we are extremely clued up on the most-up-to-date Florida window tinting laws for your vehicle. The state of Florida has very specific laws regarding window film installations. Before you decide which tint your windows should get, our team here at Bonita Springs will advise you on the percentage of darkness and reflection your car windows are permitted to have. Unlike other installers who don't follow the laws and regulations, you can count on us when it comes to rules, laws, and regulations - we do things by the book.
Window film tints darkness.
Have you ever heard of VLT? Sounds like a BLT? It is the percentage of visible light allowed through your vehicle's windows. Let's break it down - visible light transmission. It all depends on the type of vehicle you want to tint. Your windshield tint is restricted to top AS-1 line, front side windows are permitted to have 28% VLT, backside windows may have 15% VLT, and last but not least, the rear window should have 15% VLT. What about multi-purpose vehicles? Visible light transmission must be 6%. Luckily, you have our professional and knowledgeable crew to guide you through all the nitty-gritty, no matter the vehicle you drive.
Vans & SUVs.
Feel like getting your window tinting facts straight? We have summarized all the tinting facts for your convenience from front to back. For vans and SUVs, the non-reflective windshield tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line. Moving onto the front side windows that must allow more than 28% of light into your van or SUV. Now for the backside windows, more than 6% of light must protrude through your tint. And the same goes for the rear window. We know our VLT stuff here in Bonita Springs and surrounding areas. You and your vehicle will not be left in the dark once our window film has been installed. Experiencing some uncertainty, reach out and we will run you through each and every regulation.
Other sections on your automotive?
Apart from the standard tint laws, other parts of your vehicle are also subject to rules and regulations. Now that you have tinted your vehicle's windows you should ensure that your vehicle no matter if it is a sedan, van, car, or SUV should meet the following requirement; dual side mirrors for back window tints. When it comes to window film, Florida is not a rainbow state. Unfortunately, no color tints are allowed. Seeing that manufacturers are not required to certify the film they sell one could easily end up with a substandard window tint product. That's why you have our expert team - guaranteeing only the most premium window tinting products and solutions.
Medical Exemptions do exist.
At Bonita Springs Window Tinting & Upholstery Repair, we care especially about our clients with medical conditions and can assist with obtaining medical exemption certificates. If you are suffering from any of the following afflictions - Lupus, Autoimmune Disease, or any other medical condition which requires limited exposure to light, we will guide you from start to finish to ensure that you don't only get the tint you need but have the proper documentation when you get pulled over. Nobody wants to be stuck with an expensive fine especially when the process for certification is made easy with us.