This is a petition to change the laws regarding automotive tint in California. I believe the current law is too restrictive and only helps the CHP gain revenue. There is no valid point against front driver/passenger window tint with a light transmission of 35% or more. Some parts of California can see temps in excess of 110 degrees during the summer. Front (driver/passenger) window film (35% to clear) offers protection from heat and UV not only to the occupants of the vehicle, but also to the vehicle interior. The only -very- thin argument against front window film is officer saftey. While that should be considered, that fact is that window film with light transmission of 35% or more allows the officer to see into the vehicle. Furthermore, I hate to sound harsh, but Police/CHP officers knew the risks of the job when they took it. Why should we(the public) have to pay for their (the officers) insecurity. If you don\'t feel safe, find another job. Please help me end this law that does nothing but tie up Police/CHP resources that could be used to stop REAL CRIMES. Please feel free to leave comments or feedback at email@example.com
Recently got pulled over for windows only and cited 1000 dollar bail (are you kidding me?). My front's are a modest 18% saving my vehicle's interior as well as my skin and eye's. This law is outdated and I agree it's not for the public's benefit but to harass honest tax payers.
Such a waste. Too many states realize that fact. Why can't California?
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tim salas3 weeks ago Comments: Recently got pulled over for windows only and cited 1000 dollar bail (are you kidding me?). My front's are a modest 18% saving my vehicle's interior as well as my skin and eye's. This law is outdated and I agree it's not for the public's benefit but to harass honest tax payers.
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