Texas has banned red, amber and blue tints. Texas law allows for the entire front windshield to be filmed/tinted with a “clear” un- tinted film that does not visibly alter or color the glass when viewed in natural daylight. In addition, a visor strip may be added to the top of the front windshield.
Is it worth tinting front windshield?
The answer is a definite yes. In fact, any amount of windshield and window film will provide at least some benefit in protecting your car from the following: Heat. Excessive brightness.
Do cops really care about tinted windows?
The CHP WILL PULL YOU OVER with anything darker. It has nothing to do with what kind of car you have or how your driving. If you have front tint and the officer SEES you, you got yourself a ticket.
Is 30 percent tint dark?
In California, you can go as dark as you want on the rear window and the side windows in the back, but the front side windows can’t be darker than 70%VLT, meaning 70% of Visible Light must be Transmissible through them. It’s also within the law to have a 4″ tint bar at the top of the windshield.
Should I tint back window darker?
California also restricts the reflective properties of any window tint you add to your vehicle. Your front and rear side windows cannot be more reflective than a normal window. Although reflective window tint film exists, you shouldn’t use it on a car in California.
Can you put ceramic tint on front windshield?
The state of California requires aftermarket tint film installed on front side windows to allow over 88% of light to get in. If the aftermarket tint is combined with factory-tinted windows, it must have a minimum visible light transmission of 70%.