Heavily tinted windows on the front could lead to prosecution. If you'd like to tint your vehicle windows, be aware of the rules regarding the amount of tint that can be applied to the front windscreen and the two windows either side of the driver.
Front windscreen: 75% of light should be let through by the tint
Front side windows: 70% of light should be let through by the tint
Most new vehicles do already have some kind of tint, so if you add more, it's likely you'll have gone over the legal limits.
If the Police stop you and the vehicle is examined, light measuring equipment will be used to measure your window tints. Enforcement action may result from tinted front windows. You may receive:
Do not sell your vehicle if its windows are heavily tinted on the front as this is an offense for which you could be prosecuted.
Last updated: Friday 22nd July 2011
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