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Old 09-13-2011, 05:07 PM
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Maine is incorrect, Maine is now 35% front, anything back
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Old 09-13-2011, 05:12 PM
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il no% front? i heard about this as a new regulation and that sucks.. too late though i think i'm 'grandfathered' in as well as eveyrone else in IL with darker tints than i have lol
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Old 09-13-2011, 05:22 PM
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il no% front? i heard about this as a new regulation and that sucks.. too late though i think i'm 'grandfathered' in as well as eveyrone else in IL with darker tints than i have lol
This is a zombie thread. Unless there has been some crazy recent new tint law, you can have it in IL.

1. Up to 35% in the Rear/up to 35% front
2. 35-30% in the rear/up to 50% front
3. IF YOU HAVE BELOW 30% TINT IN THE REAR, YOU CAN NOT HAVE FRONT TINT If you have an MPV, which include but are not limited to, SUVs, Station Wagons, minivans, Toasters, etc., and said MPV has factory installed privacy glass (smoked), you are allowed to have up to 50% tint in front.

However. Chicago still doesn't want to obey that this is law, and are still giving tickets left and right, even if your car is parked. I've never had a problem, but a lot of people have...
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Old 09-15-2011, 01:57 PM
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good info, bout to re tint the balt for TX laws
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Old 10-26-2011, 01:41 PM
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Canadian Rules by Province (for us who spell colour with a U)

ex: 70% = 70% transmittance (fairly light window tint)
no tint = no film allowed
any = any film darkness allowed

Front Windows/Side Windows/Back Window

British Columbia: no tint/any/any
Alberta: no tint/any/any
Saskatchewan: no tint/any/any
Manitoba: 50%/35%/35%
Ontario: 20%/any/any
Quebec: 70%/any/any
New Brunswick: 20%/any/any
Prince Edward Island: no tint/any/any
Nova Scotia: no tint/no tint/no tint
Newfoundland: 20%/any/any


updated: October 2011. Enjoy!
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Old 12-01-2011, 02:38 AM
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For everyone too damn stupid to know how to work a computer, if you highlight stuff it makes it easier to read for your granny eyes. Or put your computer into high contrast mode ROFL
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my freind said when he got pulled over for it he just rolled down his windows and the cop said it was fine if he does that. ha
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Wow, Nova Scotia is weak man. lol
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Originally Posted by sergiochaotik View Post
Canadian Rules by Province (for us who spell colour with a U)

ex: 70% = 70% transmittance (fairly light window tint)
no tint = no film allowed
any = any film darkness allowed

Front Windows/Side Windows/Back Window

British Columbia: no tint/any/any
Alberta: no tint/any/any
Saskatchewan: no tint/any/any
Manitoba: 50%/35%/35%
Ontario: 20%/any/any
Quebec: 70%/any/any
New Brunswick: 20%/any/any
Prince Edward Island: no tint/any/any
Nova Scotia: no tint/no tint/no tint
Newfoundland: 20%/any/any


updated: October 2011. Enjoy!
FYI... Most if not all cars come standard with 70% tint. If you have untinted windows in your cobalt you actually have 70%
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this needs to be updated..

illinois is now 35% all th way around or 50% on the fronts and as dark as you want behind the driver
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Old 05-30-2012, 02:05 AM
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Corrections:

ME is 35% Front, 5% Rear Back, 5% Rear Windshield
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:41 PM
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whats the diff between net and film?
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:45 PM
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net's that dark spotty stuff you see on the top of your rear windshield and film is just tint
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:48 PM
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Originally Posted by riceburner View Post
net's that dark spotty stuff you see on the top of your rear windshield and film is just tint
so when it says
CA 70% |ANY% ANY% 4" NET
i can only legally have net on any of my windows or just the windshield?


oh wait just figured it out 4" net yup got it.
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