I just wanted you to know that we have put up a new website that has a
lot of information about window tinting and a FAQ page on the current
laws about tinting cars in the state of Georgia. Tinting laws for all
50 states coming soon. Come and have a look when you get the
chance....Its a good read and can give you some insight on how to choose
a tint shop for your car, even if you don't live in Georgia.
Steve Flanagan/ Owner
Glass Tiger Tinting
Here in Illinois, if you can prove you need dark window tinting to
drastically cut down on bright sunshine due to an eye(s) condition, you
can get away with Limo dark tint. I keep my prescription eye drops in
my vette as i have this condition actually. BUT...i hear the Law on
this is expiring Dec. 31st. 2007. Dark tint windows is also very good
for privacy in case you want to pick your nose exceptionally well.
It is asking for a cop to be against you from the start. Since he can't see
in, he immediately assumes the worse as he approaches, so you can usually
kiss any leniency in a ticket goodbye.
The best thing to do when pulled over in the day is roll both sides down and
at night, roll them down and turn on the dome or interior lights.
I was driving a coworker's truck helping him move at night once and his
truck was from Florida with the dark tint. It was dangerous at many
intersections. I had to roll the windows down to see, and it was winter. I
also had a van once that the rear windows were dark tint and you couldn't
see anything for backing up at night. I peeled it off within the first week
of owning it. For privacy, there are always curtains.
'It is asking for a cop to be against you from the start. Since he can't
see in, he immediately assumes the worse as he approaches, so you can
usually kiss any leniency in a ticket goodbye.
The best thing to do when pulled over in the day is roll both sides down
and at night, roll them down and turn on the dome or interior lights.'
REPLY: Yes, i agree. Good idea.
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