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L&R. MIRR. REQ.
CERTIF. REQ.
STCKR/LOC
MEDICAL
ALABAMA
96​
NET​
6"​
32​
32​
ANY​
32​
ANY​
NO​
YES​
SPEC / ALL​
YES​
ALASKA
94​
NET​
5"​
NO​
37​
NO​
37​
NO​
NO​
NO​
NO​
YES​
ARIZONA
84​
NET​
AS1​
33​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
ARKANSAS
93​
NET​
5"​
25​
25​
10​
10​
10​
NO​
NO​
SPEC / DRIVER​
YES​
CALIFORNIA
99​
NET​
4"​
70​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
COLORADO either
88​
NET​
4"​
27​
27​
27​
27​
27​
YES​
NO​
RECOMMEND​
NO​
COLORADO
88​
NET​
4"​
NO​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
NO​
NO​
NO​
NO​
CONNECTICUT
94​
NET​
AS1​
35​
35​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
SPEC / ALL​
NO​
DELAWARE
92​
NET​
AS1​
70​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
SPEC / DRIVER​
YES​
FLORIDA
91​
NET​
AS1​
28​
15​
6​
15​
6​
YES​
NO​
SPEC / DOOR​
NO​
GEORGIA
89​
NET​
6"​
32​
32​
ANY​
32​
ANY​
NO​
YES​
SPEC / DRIVER​
YES​
HAWAII
89​
NET​
4"​
29​
29​
29​
29​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
NO​
IDAHO
92​
FILM​
AS1​
35​
20​
ANY​
35​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
ILLINOIS
89​
NET​
6"​
NO​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
INDIANA
95​
VAGUE​
AS1​
30​
30​
VAGUE​
30​
VAGUE​
NO​
YES​
NO​
YES​
IOWA
83​
NET​
AS1​
70​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
NO​
NO​
NO​
NO​
KANSAS
87​
NET​
AS1​
35​
35​
35​
35​
35​
YES​
NO​
RECOMMEND​
NO​
KENTUCKY
88​
FILM​
AS1​
35​
18​
8​
18​
8​
NO​
YES​
SPEC / DOOR​
NO​
LOUISIANA
93​
NET​
AS1​
40​
25​
ANY​
12​
ANY​
NO​
YES​
SPEC / DRIVER​
NO​
MAINE
89​
FILM​
4"​
50​
50​
ANY​
50​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
NO​
NO​
MARYLAND
95​
FILM​
5"​
35​
35​
ANY​
35​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
SPEC / ALL​
YES​
MASSACHUSETTS
85​
NET​
6"​
35​
35​
35​
35​
35​
YES​
NO​
RECOMMEND​
YES​
MICHIGAN
81​
NET​
4"​
4"​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
NO​
NO​
NO​
YES​
MINNESOTA
85​
VAGUE​
NO​
50​
50​
50​
50​
50​
NO​
NO​
SPEC / DRIVER​
YES​
MISSISSIPPI
88​
NET​
AS1​
35​
35​
35​
35​
35​
NO​
YES​
SPEC / ALL​
YES​
MISSOURI
87​
NET​
AS1​
NO​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
MONTANA
91​
FILM​
AS1​
35​
20​
ANY​
20​
ANY​
NO​
NO​
RECOMMEND​
YES​
NEBRASKA
94​
VAGUE​
AS1​
35​
20​
35​
20​
35​
VAGUE​
NO​
NO​
NO​
NEVADA
93​
NET​
AS1​
35​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
NO​
YES​
NEW HAMPSHIRE
90​
NET​
6"​
NO​
35​
ANY​
35​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
RECOMMEND​
NO​
NEW JERSEY
85​
NET​
NO​
NO​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
NEW MEXICO
97​
NET​
AS1 OR 5"​
20​
20​
ANY​
20​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
SPEC / DRIVER​
YES​
NEW YORK
91​
NET​
6"​
70​
70​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
SPEC / ALL​
NO​
NORTH CAROLINA
95​
NET​
AS1​
32​
32​
ANY​
32​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
NO​
NORTH DAKOTA
89​
NET​
AS1​
NO​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
OHIO
88​
NET​
5"​
50​
50​
50​
50​
50​
NO​
YES​
SPEC / ALL​
YES​
OKLAHOMA
95​
NET​
AS1 OR 5"​
25​
25​
ANY​
25​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
NO​
YES​
OREGON
95​
NET​
6"​
35​
35​
ANY​
35​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
NO​
YES​
PENNSYLVANIA
96​
NET​
NO​
70​
70​
ANY​
VESC20​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
SPEC / REAR​
YES​
RHODE ISLAND
2000​
NET​
AS1​
70​
70​
ANY​
70​
ANY​
NO​
NO​
NO​
NO​
SOUTH CAROLINA
92​
NET​
AS1​
27​
27​
ANY**​
27​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
SPEC / ALL​
YES​
SOUTH DAKOTA
89​
NET​
AS1​
35​
NR​
NR​
NR​
NR​
NO​
YES​
NO​
NO​
TENNESSEE
89​
VAGUE​
AS1​
35​
35​
ANY​
35​
ANY​
NO​
NO​
SPEC / DRIVER​
NO​
TEXAS
87​
FILM​
5"​
35​
35​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
SPEC / DRIVER​
YES​
UTAH
84​
NET​
AS1​
43​
28​
15​
28​
15​
YES​
NO​
NO​
NO​
VERMONT
84​
NET​
AS1​
NO​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
NO​
VIRGINIA
93​
NET​
AS1​
50​
35​
ANY​
28​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NONE​
YES​
WASHINGTON
93​
FILM​
6"​
35​
35​
ANY​
35​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
SPEC / DRIVER​
YES​
WEST VIRGINIA
91​
NET​
5"​
35​
35​
ANY​
35​
ANY​
YES​
YES​
SPEC / ALL​
YES​
WISCONSIN
96​
NET​
AS1​
50​
35​
35​
35​
35​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
WYOMING
96​
NET​
AS1 OR 5"​
28​
28​
ANY​
28​
ANY​
YES​
NO​
NO​
YES​
** Pick-Up Trucks are not considered MPV'S

Explanation of the State Law Summary Chart​

KEY

Type= Film
(LT % refers to the film itself)

Net (LT % refers to the combined LT of film & glass)
Vague (language is unclear, legislative intent is unclear, or interpretation is uncertain, any information following is subject to change or interpretation.)

Windshield = Presumably, NR tinting is permitted above the AS-1 line. If the law specifies only the AS-1 line, AS-1 appears. If AS-1 or specified inches appears, the AS-1 is assumed and only the number at inches down appears.

(Note: NR is used in lieu of "No, Any, or a specific percentage" when the law permits unspecified "nonobstructive" or Transparent" tinting materials. In these cases, the legality of tinting inevitably depends upon each officer's discretion.)

Front Sides = No film, or the actual percentage of LT Permitted. (Note: Because they may vary from state to state, manufacturer's tolerances (ie. + / - 3% LT) are not listed on this chart, nor are they included in these LT numbers.)

MPV = Multi Purpose Vehicle. A vehicle used for passengers on a truck chassis.

Back Sides = No film, or the actual percentage of LT permitted.

Rear = No film, or the actual percentage of LT permitted.

Mirrors (Left & Right required outside) = Yes or No.

(Note: Usually, a Yes means that dual outside mirrors are required if the back window is to be tinted.)

Certification Required: Yes or No.

(Note: This refers to a requirement for manufacturers to certify the films they plan to sell before shipping them into the state.)

Stckr/Loc- (Sticker/Location)

No (no sticker is required)

Rec (sticker recommended)

Specific (the state requires unique language & design, which may entail precise wording and sizing)

(1) Driver (the sticker is required between the film and glass on the driver's side window)

(2) Door (the sticker is required on the inside of the driver's side doorjamb)

(3) All (the sticker should be put between the film and glass on each tinted window)

Recommended (due to "officer discretion," a sticker can help officers identify legal tint more easily)

Locations: Driver's window, All windows tinted with film; or Driver's left door jamb

Medical Exemption: Yes or No.

(Note: For more details about the specific terms of the exemption consult the law.)

Important:


This summary chart of state aftermarket tint law information is not a legal document. It is the result of independent research, using several sources, of public state documents. Window tinting laws vary from state to state and province to province. Before applying any window tinting materials, installers should thoroughly review the appropriate state regulations as well as local enforcement policies to insure compliance with all applicable standards.

This information was prepared for IWFA members by the volunteer State Action Committee members and represents our understanding of the law, regulations and rules of the states published in it. if you are an IWFA member and you have questions on these interpretations, call the IWFA office. In all cases, refer to you local authority for current laws, rules or regulations. Your current state law is the final authority.
 
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