Alabama Tint Law (Al)

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Alabama tint law (AL)is very strict. However, there are many exceptions to this rule which will allow you some wiggle room when it comes down to the percentage and type of windows in your car.”

“The darkest color allowed for window film under Alabama code 21-6-60 (a) states that they cannot be more than 35% darker than what is outside; anything over 30%, but not exceeding40%); reflective coatings must also meet certain standards like having only 80 micrograms per square meter reflectivity or less.”

In 1996, window tinting legislation was first put into place in Alabama with the 28th state to enact these laws.

"Alabama tint law is very strict. However, there are many exceptions to this rule which will allow you some wiggle room when it comes down to the percentage and type of windows in your car." "The darkest color allowed for window film under Alabama code 21-6-60 (a) states that they cannot be more than 35% darker than what is outside; anything over 30%, but not exceeding40%); reflective coatings must also meet certain standards like having only 80 micrograms per square meter reflectivity or less." In 1996, window tinting legislation was first put into place in Alabama with the 28th state to enactment these laws.

WHAT DOES VLT MEAN ACCORDING TO ALABAMA STATE LAW

According to the laws in Alabama, what percentage of light is allowed through your car windows? VLT (Visible Light Transmission) and each state have different legal limits for allowable transmission. The amount allowed through passenger vehicle glass differs between a two-seater like my little Honda Civic versus an SUV with tinted windows; which will affect its safety when driving at night or during inclement weather conditions such as rain since water cannot get inside due to obstructions within these vehicles’ interiors caused by window film applied over them!

A HIGHER VLT means that more light is allowed to pass through the window tint film. For example, a 75% tint will allow 75% of all visible light whereas a 5%-tint only allows 5%. As such a darker screen gives you privacy and visibility while driving at night or leaving your car on for hours without worrying about attracting unwanted attention from passersby!

ALABAMA TINT LAW – LEGAL TINTS FOR PASSENGER VEHICLES

Front Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 6 inches of your vehicle’s windshield. The rest can have varying degrees up to 32% darkness, so it’s important to know what type will work well with your car or truck!

There are also restrictions based upon where in seating positions you want darker tints; this includes everything from front-seat side windows all way back through rearview mirrors if applicable (some states allow them).

ALABAMA TINT LAW – LEGAL TINT LIMIT FOR PASSENGER VEHICLES
Front Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 6 inches of the windshield.
Front-seat side windows: up to 32% tint darkness allowed
Back seat side windows: up to 32% tint darkness allowed
Rear window: up to 32% tint darkness allowed

Alabama Tint Law

 

LEGAL TINT LIMIT FOR MULTI-PURPOSE VEHICLES

  • Front Windshield: Non-Reflective tint is allowed on the top 6 inches of the windshield
  • Front-seat side windows: up to 32% tint darkness allowed
  • Back seat side windows: Any tint darkness can be used
  • Rear window: Any tint darkness can be used

OTHER ALABAMA WINDOW TINT LAW RULES AND REGULATIONS:

Some other things that you should know about window tinting in Alabama are:

-The laws regulating this type of service vary between counties, so make sure to research them before getting started.

Some restrictions include not being able to apply single or rolled films on any vehicle without a license plate unless it’s used outdoors only under certain conditions (exposure).

Do I need side mirrors in Alabama? The law does not require you to have them. You can, however, use a rearview mirror that faces forward instead of toward your passengers and occupants behind you on the vehicle’s seatbacks/door panels (if any).

What colors are allowed for window tints in Alabama right now – there isn’t much restriction at all! Presently only black appears unavailable but just ask before buying so they know exactly what will work well with their certification process.

Always remember that Alabama tint laws can change on a daily basis and these rules, which may be interpreted differently by the local DMV or law enforcement agencies in different counties of this state have no uniformity with regard to window tints. Therefore we recommend double-checking your information provided herewith those who regulate automotive traffic before getting any type of vehicle equipped for such use as well as keeping up-to-date about changes made within their respective jurisdictions so you’re not caught off guard next time around!

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ALABAMA WINDOW TINT LAW MEDICAL EXEMPTION REFERENCES

In order to file a medical exemption from the laws about window tinting, you will need to have one of three things: An official written statement by your doctor that says he/she recommends lighter-colored windows because it is difficult or impossible for those with light-sensitive porphyria disease (LSP) eye coloration; A sign Nebraska certificate showing proof that if LSP patients were ever going outside their homes at night they would require special protection against sun exposure which includes having highly reflective surfaces near where people sleep such as mirrors); OR Proof from an accredited hospital stating there has been damage due to physical disability caused.

 INFORMATION ABOUT THE STATE OF ALABAMA  

The State of Alabama is a southern state with the third-largest economy in the United States and its 31st most populous. The people are so hospitable, friendly, caring about their community…we could go on for quite some time!

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