In Connecticut, window tinting laws and regulations govern the darkness levels (VLT ratings) for the products installed on vehicles. You can apply for a tinted glass waiver to allow for additional tint choices on the front or rear side windows and the rear.
Vehicles are eligible for a tinting glass waiver under the following conditions.
Without a waiver, 35% is the maximum tint darkness allowed for your installation. Sedans, SUVs, and vans can have reflective ratings at 21% for the front and 27% for the back driver and passenger windows.
The rear window is allowed any VLT rating.
Our team can only proceed with something darker if you have the appropriate waiver or other circumstances apply.
The front windshield can have a non-reflective tint to the AS-1 line or the top six inches for unmarked installations. This specific area is a horizontal line or marking that extends across the width of the glass.
The rest of the windshield below the AS-1 line should remain completely clear and unobstructed to ensure the driver's visibility is not compromised.
Keep in mind that window tint laws may change over time, and it's essential to verify the most current regulations with the Connecticut Registry of Motor Vehicles or other official sources. Local law enforcement can also provide information about window tinting regulations in your area.