usaully you need to wait 48-72 hrs before winding window down, but the people who tinted the windows will tell you
Yes, they most certainly do. There is also clear window tint for the front windshield that will reduce the amount of heat entering the vehicle.
Well in Washington state I know that with tinted windows they need to have at least 35% light
That depends on where you live. Tinted windows are illegal in some states.
They are illegal to have tinted driver side windows. Basically a cop needs to see into the glass incase you are holding a gun. It is more for his safety when he pulls you over..
Tinted Windows - band - was created in 2009.
From the state of Illinois DMV website: Vehicles are not allowed to have tinted windows on the front windshield or front side windows, unless the driver has a medical exception certified by a physician licensed to practice medicine in Illinois. A 6-inch strip of tinting is allowed along the entire length at the top of the front windshield. http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/publications/rules_of_the_road/rr_chap12.html You will get ticketed. I once borrowed a car with tinted windows and was stopped for speeding. I received a warning regarding the tinted windows. Years later I interherited my grandparents car from FL which had tinted windows. It was parked on the street and 5 days after I got it, I got a ticket for the tinted windows. It is illegal to have any windows tinted on any car, but most police officers do not enforce said law.
No. It is a nonmoving violation.
The laws for tinted windows vary depending on where you live, but tinted window colors are usually black or silver. You may also choose to get your windows tinted other colors as well, but they are not as common.
Tinted windows were an option
Tinted is a verb (past tense of tint) and an adjective (tinted windows).
Tinted can be an adjective. For instance, "Laura got a ticket for the excessive opacity of her tinted windows."