Is It Illegal to Have Windows Tinted
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Window tinting laws vary depending on the state you’re in but is it illegal to have windows tinted? No! In fact, tinting your windows not only looks great but it also keeps you and your passengers safe too! Read below to find out about the benefits of having your car’s windows tinted and about Octane, our darkest legal tint.
Tint a Car is Australia’s most trusted window tinting network. We have been providing tinting services in Australia for over 42 years and offer a lifetime warranty on most of our films. We know you’ll love your new tint but if for some reason you’re not completely, we’ll remove the tint (within 30 days of sale) and give you your money back! Read on to find out more about if it is illegal to have tinted windows.
Is It Illegal To Have Your Windows Tinted Dark?
It is illegal to have tinted windows darker than our Octane tint as this is absolutely the darkest legal tint you can have. Octane has a deep black appearance, is exclusive to us and is our most popular car tint. The tinted shade does vary between states (we have two dark coloured shades available) but it will be the darkest legal tint you can have in the state you’re based in. And the good news is that in QLD, NSW, ACT, NT, WA & SA, recent law changes have meant you can go even darker! In addition to looking super cool and offering ultimate privacy, Octane has some other great benefits too:
- Heat and glare is blocked
- Protection from 99% of harmful UV rays
- Lifetime Nationwide Warranty
- Installed by professional installers
- High quality (government certified by ARPANSA)
We also have free courtesy cars (where available) for your use whilst we tint your vehicle and you can also get interest-free financing through Zip Pay – you can split your purchase over 3,6,9, or 12 months with ZERO interest!
Talk To The Window Tinting Experts Today
Use our Store Finder to find your nearest store or call 13 TINT to get a quote for tinted windows today. Our team of experts will be able to answer any questions you have including if it is illegal to have tinted windows and how dark you can go in your state.