There are many different reasons why people have chosen to tint their car windows. The amount of light reflected from your tinted glass is called tint reflection. Excessive or strong reflections from highly reflective tinted windows can pose a danger to other drivers on the road. If you don`t follow Mississippi`s hue rules, you can get crushed and there are penalties. Below we discuss other rules of tincture and what else you need to know. The tint of the windows helps protect the interior of your car. The hues of the windows can reflect light from the outside, which helps keep heat outside and reduce glare. If you drive a pickup truck or SUV, here are the legal limits for window darkness: Mississippi doesn`t have a specific tint rule for side mirrors. Some other rules and regulations regarding tint laws in Mississippi that vehicle owners should be aware of: Therefore, the reflection of tinted windows is also limited by the Mississippi Tint Law.

Mississippi`s color protection laws came into being relatively earlier than other U.S. states — Mississippi was the 6th state to enforce these laws. They were introduced in 1988 and revised in 2006. For this reason, all 50 states have their own color protection laws depending on local conditions and situations. As you`ll see in many states, cars are subject to different hue regulations than larger vehicles in the state of Mississippi. To be clear, we`ll first cover Mississippi`s auto tint laws in one section, and then review the hue regulations for SUVs, trucks, and vans in another. Keep in mind that various window tint exemptions are allowed in the state and may be granted for medical, commercial or other needs, so always check with a DMV specialist or other state agency, or talk to a window tint expert if you think you need and qualify for a window tint exemption. This allows for a darker or special window tint for your car or other type of vehicle. One thing to note is that, unlike many states, all window film colors are currently legal in Mississippi, so you can have red, amber, yellow, silver, gold, and other commonly prohibited window hue colors. For safety and protection reasons, remember to tint your windows if you have not already done so.

The exception applies to all types of window tints, including front and rear windows, side windows and rear windows. The only exception is when tint is applied to the windscreen in such a way as to obstruct the driver`s view, in which case the driver must meet certain transparency requirements. Extremely dark hues can affect your vision and make it difficult for people outside the vehicle to identify the driver and passengers. It should be noted that some vehicles have tinted windows from the factory. This is something you should consider when installing a tinting film. If you want to install window film on your car in Mississippi, you`ll need a state colored sticker. This sticker indicates that your car has been approved for dyeing by the state. You can get a colored sticker at any Mississippi Department of Motor Vehicle office. When tinted, the glass is held together and does not break like normal glass. However, there are some limitations. The windshield cannot be tinted at all, and the rear window can only be tinted to 15%. In addition, the side windows must allow a light transmission greater than 70%.

So if you`re looking for a way to darken your windows beyond the 20% limit, you may need a special permit from the state. Read on to learn more about how your windows can be reflective, how dark you can be, and other rules for tinting your vehicle`s windows. Hue laws set limits on the darkness of your windows, and this is done by setting VLT levels based on the type of car you`re driving and the exact window you want to install the hue on. Another reason people choose to tint their windows is that they offer privacy. That is, there is a disadvantage to tinted windows. Excessively dark shades lead to poor visibility in bad weather or when driving at night. In this guide, we`ll explore Mississippi`s laws on window tint. For example, if your car is equipped with 10% VLT windows tinted at the factory and you install a VLT tint of 20% above, the VLT value of the window and tinted film applied together should correspond to the legal limit. In this case, it would be 30%, which is legally acceptable in Mississippi (the limit is 28% for windshields).