Change Utah Window Tint Law
Utah's current window tint law states, minimum visible light transmission after window film is applied of 43% through the front passenger windows, and ANY darkness on all windows behind the front passenger windows, and the top 4 inches or down to the AS1 line on the windshield ANY darkness. However every state surrounding Utah allows a visible light transmission of 28% on the front doors, and ANY behind that. I understand the concern for officer safety during a traffic stop. However the current law also states that if your vehicle does not have 2 exterior side view mirrors, You CANNOT have any tint, So why not modify the law to allow 28% light transmission through the front doors and ANY darkness behind that if and only if you have fully functioning Power windows, and require drivers to roll down all windows during a traffic stop, and if you do not have functioning power windows the law remains at 43% front ANY darkness behind that. This solves multiple problems with people passing through the state from surrounding states with 28% on the front doors, also still protects officer safety during a traffic stop. Also why should installers within the State of Utah be held responsible for the choices of others about what darkness of window film they choose to have installed on their vehicle, If installers in Utah have to refuse, they just go across the state line and have tinted how they want anyways, which then cause Utah business to lose business, also the State of Utah to lose sales tax revenue. Sign this petition to change Utah's Window Tinting Laws.