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Elgin, IL, 16th September 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, Cutting Edge Window Tinting, an automobile service provider mentions how dark a car window tint can be as per the state law.

The majority of car window tinting rules in the US permit a specific amount of light transmission through the windows, which is commonly calculated as the percentage of visible light that is permitted to flow through. The amount of visible light transmission (VLT) is a typical way to express how dark a window tint is.

More of the sun’s rays will be blocked by films with higher VLT percentages because they have a lower light-reflecting tint, allowing more of them to penetrate the car. The maximum amount of VLT that is permitted on a window is, however, governed by various rules.

For example, a film with a 5% VLT would only let 5% of visible light through, whereas a film with a 50% VLT would let 50% of visible light through. In most states, the maximum VLT percentage for passenger cars is 50%. This means that the maximum amount of allowable window tint for cars is 50%.

Other states, however, have more lenient laws governing window tinting. For instance, the allowed VLT in Illinois is up to 35%. More than 35% of light must enter via the front, back, and rear windows; the side windows on the front cannot be darkened in any way. The top 6 inches of the windscreen of every automobile may have a non-reflective window tint installed. This indicates that people in Illinois have a greater selection of window tint colors than they would in some other states.

“We have been helping automobile owners with window tinting using the high-quality films we have in store at our shop. We provide a large selection of colors in various VLT levels. We constantly make sure to let our customers know about the state-specific regulatory limitations so they can choose the right film for their car.” – Cutting Edge Window Tinting’s founder, Junior Quiroga.

The amount of darkness in a tint can also be affected by other factors, like the type of film used, its color, and the number of layers utilized. Some deeper tints may look significantly lighter when viewed through a window from within the car than they do when viewed from the outside, making them appear almost black. Before having any work done, car owners who are thinking about having their windows tinted should make sure to research the legal requirements in their state or nation.

Contacting Cutting Edge Window Tinting is advised for those who want to tint their vehicles in conformity with Illinois’ window tint regulations. The team of professionals at Cutting Edge Window Tinting can assist car owners in finding the ideal film for their vehicle and will also guarantee that the process is completed in a legal and ethical manner.

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