California Window Tint Laws – January 2021

The window tint laws in each state are subject to change, so be sure that your installer knows the current laws. At the time of this writing, the following laws are in place in the state of California when it comes to passenger vehicles.

  • You can only use a non-reflective tint on the windshield, and it is only allowed on the top four inches of the windshield.
  • The rear windshield and rear passenger side windows can be tinted to any darkness. The front side windows must allow a minimum of 88% of light in.
  • You cannot use red, amber, or blue tint.

While these restrictions may put a damper on the way you intended to upgrade your vehicle, they won’t stop you from getting the befits of aftermarket tint. For example, you can still protect your interior from the sun’s rays. This can add to resale value. You can also help to keep your car cooler, which can save you money at the pump. The less your air conditioner has to work, the less it will drain your fuel.

Of course, you also want to be sure that aftermarket tint is applied professionally. Tint that bubbles needs to be replaced, so you want it done right the first time.

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