About Window Tint Laws
Window Tint Law’s goal is to bring you the most up-to-date tinting laws in the automotive industry for every state in the U.S.
The state-by-state tinting laws in all 50 states can change at any time. We strive to bring you the most relevant and timely details and specifics on each U.S. state’s tinting limits. Further, we are always adding helpful supplemental articles that will provide you further information on both state tinting limits, as well as learning the ‘ins and outs’ about window tinting.
From D-I-Y tinting guides to product reviews, our resource library can help you navigate the tinting industry.
We are constantly adding additional content to our website that enables our visitors to better understand the specifics of the tinting laws in their respective states. From Alabama to Wyoming we’ve got you covered with the exact legal limits. Front side windows, backside windows, rear windows, and windshield are all broken down into easy-to-understand tint percentages by state.
It’s important to note, that with regards to car window tinting, each U.S. state has different tinting laws, rules, regulations, and guidelines. We provide exact and easy-to-understand data for the legal limit allowed for your car’s window darkness and exposure for every state in the U.S.A.
Window Tint Laws shares state tint law information with our users, but please remember, not every county or district may follow the state orders. Certain areas may use their own specific restrictions, exemptions, or regulations. It is always best to confirm the information with your local authorities or DMV location.