The first is that he may get assessed a fine of $25.00 and ordered to remove any window tinting. The second is that the person may get charged with an infraction (as opposed to a misdemeanor or felony) and that person must, resultingly, pay a fine of $197.00.
Keeping this in view, what is the darkest legal tint in California?
What is the Legal Tint Darkness Allowed For Passenger Vehicles In California:
- Front Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 4 inches of the windshield.
- Front seat side windows: up to 88% tint darkness allowed with aftermarket film – up to 70% tint darkness allowed if combined with factory-tinted windows.
Secondly, how much is a fine for window tint? There is no mandatory minimum, so the base fine may be as low as $20 or so – that adds up to nearly a couple hundred dollars after “penalty assessment” and court costs
Also to know, can you get pulled over for tinted windows in California?
Yes. California vehicle code, division 12, chapter 4, section 26708 restricts the tint darkness, reflectiveness, color, and placement of window tint with regard to a private vehicle.
What percentage window tint is legal in California?