How strict are the window tint laws in Arkansas?

I am getting my windows tinted thursday and the Arkansas law says 25% on side windows and 10%, unfortunately window tint shades are 5, 15, 20, 30, 35 and so on. i was thinking about just doing 20 on the sides and either 5 or 15 on the back, depending on how strict the law is on it.

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  • q S
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    7 years ago
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    Remember your windows are already tinted so that they allow only 70% visible light transmission with the mandatory UV filter. So if you put 30% on top of the 70% combined it could drop you below 20%. The tint place should have a tint meter to ensure that you are street legal when you drive away. This could avoid the costly and inconvenient vehicle impound.

    10% VLT on the back 25% VLT on the sides. Arkansas and New Mexico have the darkest tints in the nation. You may not be able to drive your car in the other states.

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    Arkansas Window Tint Laws

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    Arkansas Tint Laws

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    5 years ago

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    How strict are the window tint laws in Arkansas?

    I am getting my windows tinted thursday and the Arkansas law says 25% on side windows and 10%, unfortunately window tint shades are 5, 15, 20, 30, 35 and so on. i was thinking about just doing 20 on the sides and either 5 or 15 on the back, depending on how strict the law is on it.

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  • 7 years ago

    35% For the Front two doors and 20% Back doors and Hatch. Where I'm from they aren't too strict on this so I have 20% all around.

    Blake

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