In car dealerships, our first case is held in defence of these rules. These state tint laws are now being breached by car dealerships by installing such illegal tint films on their cars as the car is sold brand new. Why would anyone want to buy a car that already has illegal percentage tint on the windshield, in the legal nature? Does this make it okay for us, if the car dealerships put it on, to have that same tint on any vehicles? On this one, you need to make the deciding argument. Check Tint World.
In our defence, the second situation is that the police have illegal figures on their state patrol vehicles. A good friend of mine who does the professional tinting in the area for our squad patrol cars battles them a great deal with this. “His defence is,” If you can have an illegal tint, why can’t I? That, and the fact that they are the ones battling this rule. “In our society of rules, he sees this as a hypocritical matter. In protection, others fight him, that the tint on patrol cars is for the privacy of whoever is in that vehicle. You’re going to be the prosecutor.
The strictness of some of the percentage laws is our third defensive scenario. We agree that certain state laws do justice, while other government laws are just too strict. For example, we know that the legal percentage limit is 50 percent in some states. The difference is close to zero if you were to look at a car that is tinted at that percentage and then look at a car that is not tinted at all. The tint law is, then, too rigid in our minds.
There are tint laws out there, summarised, and you need to be mindful of them. But at the same time, there are elements to take into consideration that can make it seem more OK for you in some places to slightly breach these laws. In no way do we grant you permission to breach the rules. We only share some information with window tint enthusiasts to help spread the joy of window tinting.