Our team proudly serves Spring Hill, Hudson, Hernando Beach, Brooksville, Shady Hills, and Hernando County.
Whether you prefer mobile window tinting in Spring Hill or something more formal at the shop, our crew always follows the legal standards for tint percentage, reflectivity, and color. When we work on your vehicle, you can trust that we’ll get the job done right the first time around.
Here is the information you need to know about Florida’s laws about tint percentages and how they apply to your project.
Visible light transmission ratings measure the amount of sunlight that passes through the tint into the vehicle. The current laws in Florida require at least 28 VLT to pass through the front side windows and 15% through the rear. Anyone with a multi-passenger vehicle can have the back windows be at 6 VLT.
If you want reflective features incorporated with your window tint installation, Florida lets you install tints and films with a 25% rating. The back windows shouldn’t be more than 35% reflective.
Drivers cannot tint a windshield in Florida to a darker tone. Non-reflective tint is permitted otherwise as long as it is above the manufacturer’s AS-1 line.
Florida doesn’t permit blue, yellow, or amber colors on vehicle window tints. The state’s laws also require dual side mirrors when the rear window has a dark VLT installed. When you work with our crew, you can rest assured the work will be completed to the current expectations.