Current car window tinting law means that both the driver of the vehicle (you) and the installers of the film (us) are under obligation to comply with the law. Tinting Express has a duty to ensure all installations are carried out in accordance with legislation and make no exceptions.
This mainly concerns the glass on the front windows that are forward of the B-pillar. If you’re not sure where your ‘B’ pillar is, then take some time to familiarise yourself with our Motor Vehicle Legislation PDF or refer to the diagrams below.
A standard car window allows approximately 80% of the visible light to pass through it. The minimum level of visible light transmission allowable by law for the front doors that have been tinted is 70%.