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Old 21 Apr 2010, 10:31 pm
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Default Honda Accord 2002 - Window Tint Questions?

Hi i live in PA so the law here is u cant have less than 70% window tint on the front doors and rear window. Should I tint mine, 70% on the front doors and back and lil darker on the back. Would that look good. Give me some advice like 70 front and ...% on the back. Or should i go less than 70% on the front and back. wat happens if i get caught tho.

ill prolly do that..its gonna be really light tho!
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Old 21 Apr 2010, 10:46 pm
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I live in NJ we are not allowed to tint our front windows at all..(really sucks) i always tint them anyways, on my Cobalt I had darker tint in the back and lighter in the front (i think 50%) i didnt like it..i think either so the back dark and dont touch the front OR just tint the same lighter color all around.

I just got a 2010 Honda accord coupe and im tinting the lightest I can go all around this weekend. Ill get pulled over but oh wel! haha

I have never got a ticket even for my illegal window tint , but ive heard they ticket you per illegal window like 35 bucks. dont know PA tho
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Old 21 Apr 2010, 11:01 pm
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hi here is a sight that gives you some tint% options, i think in my state they allow 50% for front windows and rear windows.

i have 35% front windows and 20% for all others.

i now have the same set up (the rear glass is factory smoked) at around 20% but have used the cling on tint band for all windows like on the windshield, it can be hard to get used to when you have the front windows rolled partially down and has a hard time when rolling the windows all the way down.

the good thing is it blocks out the sun well, especially when it is low and having a tint band at the top of the rear glass blocks out bright headlights or trucks that fail to dim their headlights.

there are color options that can really effect the look of the vehicle. brown, charcoal and grey among others, i do not worry about tickets too much but most that get them have 20% or less all around, as a courtesy if i get pulled over i lower both front windows, the biggest complaint from officers is not being able to see what is going in in a car.

but remember it is all about safety, i have driven cars at night at 20% front windows and it can be tough to see, even 35% can have you hitting an object or person, i just can not imagine some of the fools that drive around in limo black.

all so the color of the interior can make tinting appear darker, i have painted vinyl headliners black and from the outside it made the tint seem a shade darker.

well good luck Honda's are fun and there is a rise right now on thefts of them for parts, include an alarm for it in the future if you do not have one all ready.

got your message, i do not im so you can e-mail me at my avatar name and from your account.
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