Riding around in tinted window protects the interior of your vehicle, offers you privacy, and guards you and your passengers from harmful UV rays. However, to make sure your ride stays fun instead of being interrupted by flashing red and blue lights behind you. Let’s take a look at Nevada’s auto tint laws to make sure you are ready to ride through the desert on your way to Vegas in comfort and style.
Auto tinting laws were enacted for Nevada in 1993. These covered a wide range of elements with regard to auto glass including darkness and how reflective the tint is. Let’s review some basic terminology.
The percent of visible light your auto windows let pass through them is called Visible Light Transmission (VLT). The percentage of light permitted through your film and glass varies in Nevada by vehicle type. You need to know which rules apply to:
Reflective windows can reduce incoming light and reflect glare and heat away for greater comfort and safer driving. The state of Nevada asks that you tend to the following rules and regulations.
Thought the rules about reflection for window tints seem permissive, here are some important related regulations to know about.
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