In Texas, the window tint rules are important to know. The law says that you can tint your car's windows if they let in at least 25% of light.
That means the VLT rating for your automotive window tint must allow that specific percentage or more of the available light when checked.
There are no restrictions on how dark you can tint the rear side windows and rear window.
Here are some of the specific regulations that must be followed when working with a tint installer or when doing the work yourself.
Texas allows tints and films to have some reflective qualities. When installed on the driver and passenger side windows, they can be up to 25% reflective.
Some colors are restricted, including amber, blue, and red. All manufacturers must certify the products they sell, which is why it is helpful to work with Prime Tint & PPF. We’ll put the legally identify sticker in the driver’s side window so that you get your desired result.