When driving you want to have the best possible road vision because if you don’t, it could be dangerous. Attaching window film have benefits but it could be bad if window tinting greatly reduces the driver’s road visibility especially in poor light condition.
Proper VLT required
Most states and territories in Australia tint requirement is no lower than 35% VLT on sides and backs. While a tinted band at the top of the windscreen is allowed but should not be lower than 10% VLT. You cannot use reflective or mirror-like tint as such tint can cause glare that may lead to accident.
Most enforcers will stop you when your tint does not follow proper VLT per cent. Others opt for colours that match their glass on the front two doors but this can also seen as illegal. However, this has been viewed a “grey area” for years and there is no resolution for this type of tint as of yet.
Most new vehicles have factory-tinted window glass but this tint is not as beneficial as solar and privacy tint. There are special grades of film produced to fit various tinting needs. However, make sure that even with the combination of the two tints that you are still able to get that 35% VLT, otherwise you risk running your car on the road as it violates proper car window tinting Indooroopilly. Consult a tinting specialist to have the right window tinting for your car.