Car Tinting Installation
Window Tint Darkness

The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT (Visible Light Transmission). Florida window tint laws restrict windshield tint to top AS-1 line. Front side windows may have 28% VLT, back side windows 15% VLT, and rear window 15% VLT. On multi-purpose vehicles, back side windows and rear window can have 6% visible light transmission. Florida window tinting laws have different regulations for passenger and multi-purpose vehicles, so ensure you read the laws carefully and check which apply to your vehicle.

Tint darkness for sedans:
  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line. 

  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 28% of light in. 

  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 15% of light in. 

  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 15% of light in.

 

Tint darkness for SUV and vans:
  • Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed above the manufacturer's AS-1 line. 

  • Front Side windows: Must allow more than 28% of light in. 

  • Back Side windows: Must allow more than 6% of light in. 

  • Rear Window: Must allow more than 6% of light in.

The Rules and Regulations for Other Window Tints on Vehicles

Florida law on tint does have other rules and regulations you need to be aware of. These rules and regulations apply to the tinted window for other sections of your car, van, or SUV. See list below:

  • Side Mirrors: Dual side mirrors are required in case any back windows are tinted. 

  • Restricted Colors: Florida does not permit any colored tint. 

  • Certificates: Film manufacturers don't need to certify the film they sell in this state. 

  • Stickers: The sticker to identify legal tinting is required on the inside of the driver’s side door jamb. 

  • Medical Exceptions: Florida allows medical exemptions for special tint. For more details about the specific terms of the exemption, consult your state law.

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