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#25 MississippiPI



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  22 July 2011 - 06:37 AM

First, I have a Mississippi MEDEX and I do not abuse mine--it's my understanding that the MEDEX is registered to the vehicle, the VIN number is on the MEDEX--each vehicle is eligible for one but you have to have one for each vehicle.

BE Safe,

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#26 painted600rr



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  24 August 2011 - 08:13 AM

since it says "or regularly travels as passenger" means to me that even your own vehicle could be med exempt if your father rides in it regularly. doesnt mean ud have to remove film everytime your father wasnt in the vehicle. if he had said condition than every vehicle he travels in regularly would need to tinted at a dark VLT.
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#27 chriskent85



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  04 September 2014 - 10:16 AM

Where was this info from,  Not anywhere in the statute.



first off the medical exempt has limits as well as your standard tints regulations, I'm not on my PC right now or I would look it up for you, <(I'll do that tonight when I get home)

I don't know what you have on your car but I would say the reason you got a ticket anyway is because the officer thinks he's right.. which he may be.. did he use a light meter on your doors? if not your good to go his complaint won't hold up in court if he did not use the proper device to measure the VLT..

I'll talk about the Florida medical exempt limits for now........

by having a medical exempt in place for your window tint allows you to go darker than the regular state laws , example Fl allows 28% 0n front and 15% in the rear... the medical exempt only allows you to have NO DARKER than 20% on front doors and 70% on the front windshield , the rear remains at 15% and is Not allowed to be darker. all this info is in your state statue on the particular law, if not you'll have to consult the DOT and they will show you that statue!,,, again I'll look this up tonight for you..

so that's

70% front windshield
20% front doors
15% rear doors & rear glass

the problem is tinters are abusing the privileges by installing limo tint on a car with the medical exempt which is Very Illegal almost everywhere!! with the exception of a few states ,,, I promise if you dig deep enough you will find the fine print about this tint law and Yes every state has it written in the statue..

here's Ga laws on medical exempt http://www.georgia.g...7400795,00.html

here's Pa laws on medical exempt http://www.berksweb..../exemption.html

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#28 Sisqouc



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  05 September 2014 - 07:11 AM

Whenever looking for fine grain details in a law be sure to consult the "annotated code".


Any attorney, law library, or University  will have access. The annotated code gives you some details not in the actual code.

Also can look up case law to how others have argued.


https://www.lexisnexis.com (needs login)

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#29 chriskent85



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  08 September 2014 - 05:42 AM

there is no fine print in fl. statute.  Ive read all the window statutes and all the subsections that they refer too.  nothing on how dark you can go with a medical

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#30 Blackwolftinting


    I show my tints to everyone!!

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  24 September 2014 - 05:08 AM

Correct. I have a medical exemption and if I wanted to I could put triple limo on my windshield. Now of course that would get me profiled and pulled over, but anytime ive EVER shown a LEO my exemption they just tell me to have a nice day. If your father was in his own car or any car that's registered to him, that exemption is like an umbrella and covers all cars registered to the exemption holder. If the car isn't registered to him, you may have some issues.

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