The current set of Connecticut laws for window tint percentages was enacted in 1994. Those early films were often subject to fading or metallic reflections, creating issues the legislature needed to address.
Although the current set of window tints and films have evolved into incredibly supportive products, specific rules are still on the books to follow.
Here is an overview of what to expect if you want your vehicle to receive updated window tinting services and installation in Connecticut.
Unlike other states, no colors are expressly prohibited on Connecticut vehicles. All film manufacturers are required to certify the products they sell here, which means your installer must use certified films. Stickers are used to identify legal work on each tinted window serviced.
Tint reflection rules also apply. The front side windows cannot be more than 21% reflective, while the back side windows are allowed to increase that figure to 27%.
If you’re interested in having high-quality window tints or films installed on your vehicle, give our team a call or reach out online! We’ll help you achieve the look you want for a fair, competitive price.