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I have noticed people jump every time I say I tinted a full car (which includes the windshield).

Windshield tinting here in PR is LEGAL. The law states all windows in a car must have a minimum of 35% vlt. So yes, it is legal to tint your windshield. We use 43% ASWF film on the windshield. Unless a customer asks for something darker at their own risk.

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i love 50% on the shield its great for glare issues and works great at night with those HID's cuts them down a bit but its illegal :dunno so when we do it for people that have the consent by doc and dmv

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i love 50% on the shield its great for glare issues and works great at night with those HID's cuts them down a bit but its illegal :mad so when we do it for people that have the consent by doc and dmv

They all have my concent :mad

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I have noticed people jump every time I say I tinted a full car (which includes the windshield).

Windshield tinting here in PR is LEGAL. The law states all windows in a car must have a minimum of 35% vlt. So yes, it is legal to tint your windshield. We use 43% ASWF film on the windshield. Unless a customer asks for something darker at their own risk.

 

Can anyone tell me the EXACT tint laws in PR?  I am shipping my car there (from Saipan which has NO tint laws) and I want to make sure it'll be legal-- especially on the military bases.  I'm currently at 21% windshield and 5% everywhere else.  

 

Thanks!

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I have noticed people jump every time I say I tinted a full car (which includes the windshield).

Windshield tinting here in PR is LEGAL. The law states all windows in a car must have a minimum of 35% vlt. So yes, it is legal to tint your windshield. We use 43% ASWF film on the windshield. Unless a customer asks for something darker at their own risk.

 

Can anyone tell me the EXACT tint laws in PR?  I am shipping my car there (from Saipan which has NO tint laws) and I want to make sure it'll be legal-- especially on the military bases.  I'm currently at 21% windshield and 5% everywhere else.  

 

Thanks!

 

I doubt that is going to be legal anywhere and I can say without a doubt that it is not the least bit smart to have a windshield that dark unless you NEVER drive at night....

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