|Yesterday 05:09 PM|
|mikesusz||wow i hadn't thought about how the backup camera plays into it. in the past i've tinted cars REALLY dark and at night i couldn't back them up. this time i was going to lean a bit lighter, but with the camera i don't necessarily have to.|
|Yesterday 01:55 AM|
When I first saw those wheels at tirerack.com a few years ago I wasn't too impressed with the double ridge around the rim or the indentations in the spokes where they meet the rim, but seeing them on your car changed my mind. The shape of the rims also makes them look less bulky than the Titanium handling package wheels. Good choice.
|05-28-2015 02:39 PM|
|Tylermittone||I have 20% in the rears 35 in the front including the windshield|
|05-28-2015 01:11 PM|
35% all around
|05-26-2015 02:43 PM|
|Scougar||I thought it was real cool having dark tint in my Honda S-MX.... until I had to back up, downhill, in the dark on a pitch black country road. At the time I wasn't used to the vehicle... but I would advise against it if you didn't have a camera.|
|05-26-2015 02:29 PM|
CA Tint Law
Ever had any hastle from police? I'm new to the CA tint law.
|03-09-2015 08:17 PM|
|zcfocus||Getting my windows done on Wednesday. Will Post some pictures when there done|
|12-19-2014 01:59 PM|
|flipfloparoo182||Bam.. looks 100 times better blacked out.|
|08-23-2014 01:35 PM|
50% fronts, 35% rears. Llumar ATC film, paid $200
|08-13-2014 10:25 AM|
Many states have a medical exemption, where if you are sensitive to bright light your optometrist can fill out a form to let you legally get darker than normal tint.
(NH does not have this.)
If you are just worried about heat or UV protection, you can probably go with 70% tint on the windshield or side windows and it would be very hard for an officer to know there was any tint applied.
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