How much can you tint car windows legally in your state?

Every state is different in terms of allowing you to tint your car windows. In fact some state don't really allow any tinting or legal tinting limit is so low that it is the same as having clear window without any tint, while some other state are more reasonable and allow to have next to black windows without any penalties.

To make it easier for drivers to identify if their window tinting is legal, TempGP put together a database of tinting regulations for every state. Select your state below to find out how much you can tint windows in your automobile.

Please note: We put together this database to the best of our knowledge, data provided is only for informational purposes, if you need solid backed regulations please refer to the original sourced such as your state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Most of the articles we published should have a reference to legal source explaining regulation for that given state in details.

If you got ticket for tinted windows and cop measured data of you windows, you can refer to legal allowance of your state, if you in fact have illegal tint then it is hard to fight ticket but there are always exceptions that allow you to have tint installed on your car. Most common exception is for medical reasons. Other exceptions include trucks and SUVs. Please refer to your state tinting regulations form the section below.

Alabama - Window Tinting Regulations
Alaska - Window Tinting Regulations
Arizona - Window Tinting Regulations
Arkansas - Window Tinting Regulations
California - Window Tinting Regulations
Colorado - Window Tinting Regulations
Connecticut - Window Tinting Regulations
Delaware - Window Tinting Regulations
Florida - Window Tinting Regulations
Georgia - Window Tinting Regulations
Hawaii - Window Tinting Regulations
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Kansas - Window Tinting Regulations
Kentucky - Window Tinting Regulations
Louisiana - Window Tinting Regulations
Maine - Window Tinting Regulations
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Minnesota - Window Tinting Regulations
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Nebraska - Window Tinting Regulations
Nevada - Window Tinting Regulations
New Hampshire - Window Tinting Regulations
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North Carolina - Window Tinting Regulations
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Oregon - Window Tinting Regulations
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South Carolina - Window Tinting Regulations
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Utah - Window Tinting Regulations
Vermont - Window Tinting Regulations
Virginia - Window Tinting Regulations
Washington - Window Tinting Regulations
West Virginia - Window Tinting Regulations
Wisconsin - Window Tinting Regulations
Wyoming - Window Tinting Regulations

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