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LEO's in MA..serious question on window tint.

Discussion in 'Law Enforcement Officers' started by ABA180, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. Oct 13, 2012 at 11:27 AM
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    ABA180

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    I just bought my '10 Tacoma regular cab. I drove a 2006 Chevy Colorado prior and it had a tint on the rear window from the factory, so I'm not sure what level it was.

    What is the MA law on rear window tint? I highly doubt I'd do the side windows but just in case what is it for side?

    While I'm here what are the generally seen numbers for tint..as in starts at xx and goes up to xx
     
  2. Oct 13, 2012 at 11:33 AM
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    What are the specifications for aftermarket window tinting?
    For most vehicles, aftermarket tinting that registers at least 35% on a tint meter on side windows immediately adjacent to the driver and front passenger seats, and side windows immediately to the rear of the operator and passenger, is acceptable. The rear window may be tinted to the 35% level, but the vehicle must be equipped with two outside rear view mirrors. The windshield may only be tinted down to the AS-1 line, which is usually located in the uppermost (6) inches of the windshield.
     
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