Window tinting laws in California typically apply to automobiles only. Some neighborhoods or commercial zones might have specific local rules, but they don’t apply to statewide consumers.
It is up to each person to comply with whatever local guidelines exist in the state or in Porterville for window film darkness and reflectivity.
In California, the following rules apply to window tint installation.
If you decide to have the rear window tinted for your vehicle, it must have dual side mirrors. These rules apply to all roadworthy vehicles, including SUVs, trucks, and vans.
What About Reflective Tint in California?
California tint rules and regulations do not allow for extra reflection. Vehicles are not permitted to have a film installed that provides more reflection than a standard window.
The state does allow for medical exemptions. You’ll need to provide documentation of this need when requesting an estimate.
Porterville Window Tinting also provides the necessary information per state law regarding the manufacturer’s name and address. You’ll also receive certification of the installed film, and it must be in your possession.