How Do Cops Know If Your Tint Is Too Dark?

Can you see out of 5 tint?

Limousine tint refers to a type of automotive window film that blocks out 95% of visible light and only allows 5% of light into the window.

(also known as 5% VLT, or visible light transmission).

From the outside, very little can be seen of the vehicle’s interior..

Every state or county is able to set their own law on an allowable tint limit. The common allowable limits are 50 percent for the driver’s front and passenger’s front window, and 35 percent for the rear passenger or side windows and the rear windshield.

How do you know if your tint is too dark?

2: Can’t See into The Front Windshield This is certainly not the case for your front windshield, however. If you cannot see into the front of your vehicle from the outside and at least make out shapes within the vehicle, chances are high that your car’s window tint is too dark.

Do cops care about window tint?

Generally speaking, cops do not like tinted windows. It’s an officer safety issue for us. In my state there is a law against it. They could not be less than 35% occluded and a citation for tinted windows carried a hefty fine.

Are cops allowed to have dark tint?

Many police vehicles have dark window tints to protect the identity of the officer or officers. Dark window tinting protects the identity of the subject in the back during high profile cases. Some grades of tint are used to prevent the windows from breaking.