While there are a lot of benefits to car window tinting Booval, those who are considering to tint their car windows should first think about the laws as there is a maximum darkness allowed in all Australian States and Territories. Check out the guidelines used this 2018 to know more about car window tinting laws.
The Visible Light Transmission level or VLT is the maximum darkness allowed for all aftermarket application of window films on the side and rear windows of vehicles. When getting your car tinted make sure to ask the darkest legal allowed for your car.
For instance, this year, NSW, TAS and VIC still allow 35% VLT for vehicles side and rear windows while SA, WA and QLD accepts a 20% VLT on windows behind the driver.
You are not allowed to place a tint film on the windscreen even if you an optically clear film. But you can still place a visor strip at the top of the screen as long as it will not hinder the primary vision of the driver.
If the windscreen has glazing, it must have at least 70% VLT. This is the same if glazing is used in an interior partition as it should contain at least 70% VLT.
Also, make sure that the films applied to your windows are non-reflective. Reflectance must be uniform and should not exceed 10 percent and without distortion.
For commercial vehicles. Australian States and Territories also have different laws regarding the tint allowed on such vehicles so make sure to know the rules regarding commercial vehicles before applying them.