Benefits of Window Tint Installed on your Vehicle
- Blocks harmful UV rays
- Rejects heat keeping your car cooler
- Rejects infrared radiation
- Interior protection from aging & discoloration
- Increases privacy
- Resists shattering
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- Blocks 99% of the sun’s UVA and UVB rays
- Blocks up to 98% of its heat and infrared radiation
- Provides the highest performance without sacrificing clarity and color
- Does not interfere with radio, cellular, and Bluetooth signals
- Transferable Lifetime Warranty from discoloration, fading, bubbling, peeling, cracking, and delamination
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Pennsylvania Laws on Window Tinting your Vehicle
You might be thinking to yourself “how much tint is legally allowed on my car in Pennsylvania?” In this state no tint is legally allowed to be placed on the windshield for both sedans as well as SUVs/ vans.
Sedans: Front windows must allow at least 70% of light into the two front windows, two back windows and rear window
SUV’s & Vans: Must allow more than 70% of light into the two front windows. Any darkness of tint can be used on the two back windows and rear window.
Medical Exemptions: Medical exemptions are available for the use of colorless window tint products that filter incoming ultra violet light. To apply for a medical exemption or for questions regarding the medical exemption process, contact PennDOT’s Medical Unit at (717) 787-9662. Pennsylvania Department of Transportation – Vehicle window tint fact sheet.
New Jersey Laws on Window Tinting your Vehicle
You might be thinking to yourself “How much tint is legally allowed on my car in New Jersey?”
Sedans: No tint on front windshield or front side windows. Any darkness is allowed on all rear windows.
SUVs & Vans: No tint on front windshield or front side windows. Any darkness is allowed on all rear windows.
Medical Exemptions: Medical exemptions are available for conditions including ophthalmic or dermatological photosensitivity, chronic actinic dermatitis, photosensitive eczema, and skin cancers having an associated diagnosis of chronic actinic dermatitis. Tint film installed due to medical waivers must be removed prior to sale of vehicle. New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission – Medical exemption application form (.pdf file)