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Seems to be alot of discussion on window tint & what's legal. Check out link for the laws of your state. This may help simplify things for ya. There are a ton of listings via other sites but this one is supposed to be the newest. (there are also medical exemptions per state too, but check your state law listings for possible changes)
yeah everyone in my family, but me wears glasses, I think I need to get a note from an optician saying that they need tinted windows on teh front 2 windows haha.
Don't laugh too hard, I have posterior uveitus (sensitivity to bright light) and my windows are 5% and it's some painful as shit. After about 2 hours in bright lights, the eyes swell shut and it takes up to 5 hours to un-swell. And when they are swollen, it's like someone slipped sandpaper under your eyelids.
No, car in sig is just a pic of similar (mine isn't M'd) and no I can't have the windsheild done. But I'm required to wear dark glasses almost 90% of the time, even indoors in some cases & it sucks. The shittiest part it's in-curable. I've had it for almost 15 years (they say it's from working in dark venues) By the way my windows are treated and not tint/film to the tune of $1100 beans. I'll post some spring pics when I get a break in next couple of weeks. (sorry guys about the size - I'm on assistants lap top)