All states across Australia have a maximum level of darkness for car window tint. This is known as the visual light transmission (VLT) level. With the exception of Northern Territory and Western Australia, Australian states require that personal vehicles maintain a 35% VLT on all windows (except the front windshield, for which no window tint could be applied except for the top visor strip).
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It’s important that your car’s window tint adheres to these regulations, as failure to comply could mean that your car is classified unroadworthy, receive a fine for incompliance and even face further legal implications.
If your car is in breach of your state regulations, speak to our team of experts at Tint a Car. We could replace illegal car tint with one that offers similar levels of privacy and darkness, while still complying with your state tint regulations. And with our experts ready to answer any questions or concerns that you may have, illegal car window tint worries are a thing of the past.