<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Kuruma Hayai:
When you say 35%, does this mean 35% light going through the tint? If this is the case, how come one guy told me that you can go as low as 28% light going through. Anything lower is illegal, at least here in Ontario.
Need clarification. Thanks.</font>
Yes I do know that to be wrong. And I'm thrilled that you don't take a police officer's word for this. So many people make the mistake of thinking that the highway patrol officers know the entire vehicle code by heart, and that anything they say is law. Not the case.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Doug:
Do you know this to be wrong? </font>
darelldd,<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by darelldd:
Well guess what? CA law changed again, and 70% net (slightly darker yet) is now legal limit on the front windows. they still call the film they use "clear" however.
I've found lots of "tint law" pages, but not the real one I had before. Still looking.