Wouldn't you be grandfathered if you did it pre-law? In California, I believe any front driver/passenger side tint must allow a minimum of 35% of light to pass through.kabalah70 said:I am too worried about state laws limiting tint. I think PA is considering a no after-market tint, period, only what the factory has in the glass. Etc.
I will opt for tint because it make the pillar between the windows less obvious and protects the leather from the Texas sun. I will probably use the dealer in case there is an issue. Then they can't blame it on you for taking it somewhere else.SoCalGuy said:I was thinking about this as well. My dealer offered 3M products for tint and some new product called 3M crystalline (or something to that effect) which eliminated nearly all of the heat that is transmitted through the glass.
Still thinking about it. The range was $600 for the basic tint and $1200 for the high end crystalline tint. Is that consistent with what everyone else is getting?
Also, anyone else opt for tint? Why/why not?
How common is the bubbling?kabalah70 said:dbjr, I am sure the tint looks great when installed, otherwise who would pay for it. I just don't like the problems many of them have with bubbling, etc. The only way I would go with tinting would be actual replacement of the glass with a darker tint in the glass.