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wickedtint

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28% Vlt front roll-up windows, 15% VLT on rears for passenger vehicles and 6% rears for MPVs. As far as tinting the front windshield, the film, no matter how clear it is, is not supposed to go down below the AS1 line unless the customer has an medical exemption. 

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Folks here in Orlando will sell you Air Blue 80 all day long. The shops I bounce around to even giving invoices with warranty cards. I guess the thought is that leo will never notice it. Technicaly its still illegal of course.

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Folks here in Orlando will sell you Air Blue 80 all day long. The shops I bounce around to even giving invoices with warranty cards. I guess the thought is that leo will never notice it. Technicaly its still illegal of course.

It happens all over the place in Florida. I never understood why a shop would do an illegal install and still provide a warranty card. I had a customer come in about 6 months ago wanting me to warranty some 15% F-1 film on his front drivers door because a mechanic scratched it. I told him that first of all, it's not covered because it wasn't a defect in the film, and second of all, because it is too dark by law I can not cover it. He originally had the film installed from another F-1 dealer and showed me the warranty card with the film type, shade and roll numbers.

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