Posts Tagged ‘legislation’

‘Dangerous’ – Stratford Road Driver’s Tinted Windows Ripped off by Cops

Sep 29th, 2021

A driver is facing points on his license after their heavily tinted front windows left them with barely any light coming through. Gobsmacked cops pulled the vehicle over on Stratford Road, in Sparkhill, when the windows caught their eye. After examining the car, the police found that windscreen and front windows only let in 10.5 […]

“Operation 35% Illegal Window Tint Enforcement” Took Place in Murfreesboro This Past Week

Sep 22nd, 2021

Murfreesboro Police recently cracked down on those who had window tinting that was too dark or on the windshield of their vehicle. Tennessee law states that it is unlawful to operate any motor vehicle in which any window has a visible light transmittance equal to but not less than 35 percent. The Rutherford County Traffic […]

New Hampshire Amends Window Tint Bill

Jul 7th, 2021

The New Hampshire legislature has amended House Bill (HB) 224— “AN ACT relative to tinted windows on motor vehicles, relative to civil liability for damage to highways, and relative to employer access to motor vehicle records.” The bill was first introduced on Jan. 6, 2021. The amended, June 24, 2021 version of the bill allows […]

Legislative Roundup: Alabama Passes Tint Exemption for Law Enforcement

May 5th, 2021

WINDOW FILM magazine continues to keep an eye on state legislation that would affect the window film industry, following recent developments in Alabama, Texas and Hawaii. Legislation that would exempt law enforcement from the state prohibition on tinted windows passed the Alabama Legislature on April 29 and is now awaiting action by the Governor. Alabama […]

Legislative Roundup: New Hampshire Debates Side Window Tinting

Apr 28th, 2021

Several bills that would affect the window film industry has been introduced in state legislatures across the country in the early part of 2021. The following is a sample of those that Window Film magazine is keeping an eye on. The New Hampshire legislature is debating a proposal that would allow for aftermarket tinting of […]

IWFA Legislative Consultant Talks Automotive Tint Laws and Regulations

Oct 5th, 2017

“We’d like to get to the point where we can recommend a [visible light transmission] standard to every state,” said D.B. Smit, a legislative consultant from Richmond, Va. Smit addressed automotive tint laws and regulations during the International Window Film Association’s (IWFA) Education Day. “There’s a bias, particularly in law enforcement, against window tinting,” Smit […]

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