Florida drivers find that window tints and films are essential to a comfortable drive. As you go through the various neighborhoods in Sarasota, explore the downtown, and travel to another part of the state, one installation service does an excellent job of blocking up to 99% of UV rays and 60% of the solar energy from the sun.
Florida has lenient rules regarding window tint darkness on vehicles. Medical exemptions are also available for those that need something more substantial.
Here’s the information you need to know to ensure you’re selecting the product you need for life in Sarasota.
Visible Light Transmission (VLT) Rules:
VLT measures the sunlight that passes through the window tints and films installed on vehicles. Current rules require at least 28% to pass through the front driver and passenger windows. 15% is the minimum through the rear side windows. Drivers operating a multi-passenger vehicle can have the rear window at a 6 VLT.
This measurement shows how much the installed window tint or film reflects light and images. Florida lets you install a product with a 25% rating. The back windows cannot be more than 35%.
Windshield Tint Regulations:
Florida drivers cannot place a darker window tint on the windshield. It is possible to have a non-reflective product installed above the AS-1 line.
No alternative colors, including blue, yellow, or amber, are allowed.
Our friendly representatives are here to help you select a product that meets the current Florida laws and tint percentage information. Let’s chat today to see how we can help you!