Florida drivers must follow the state’s rules and regulations regarding window tint installation. Whether you have factory-installed products or want an aftermarket upgrade, the rules remain the same.
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Laws and Regulations
VLT stands for “Visible Light Transmission.” The current rules require at least 28% to pass through the front driver and passenger windows. 15% is the minimum through the rear side windows. Drivers operating a multi-passenger vehicle can have the rear window at 6%.
This rating determines how much a window tint or film reflects sunlight. Florida permits 25% on the front windows and 35% on the back.
Florida doesn’t allow a darker window tint on a vehicle’s windshield. You can place non-reflective products above the AS-1 line on the glass.
Unlike other states, Florida doesn’t allow alternative window tint colors, including popular options like amber, yellow, or blue.
Florida’s window tinting laws and regulations target vehicles, but home and business owners also have certain rules they must follow. These are typically outlined at the local level through zoning laws and HOA requirements.
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