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For a limited time, we are offering some really cool deals on our top selling films. Here is what we can do to help you save some of your hard earned cash, and get your vehicle tinted for the Holidays: 

Two or Four Door Car Or Truck

  • Ceramic Film: Side Windows And Back Glass - $175.00 (Regular Price: $275.00. Save $100.00!)
  • Color Stable Film - $145.00 (Regular Price: $225.00. Save $80.00!)
  • Dyed Window Film - $125.00 (Regular Price: 175.00. Save $50.00!)

 Minivans - SUV's 

  • Ceramic Film Installed on Side Windows And Back Glass - $225.00 (Regular Price: $295.00. Save $70.00!)
  • Color Stable Film Installed on Side Windows And Back Glass - $200.00 (Regular Price: $275.00. Save $75.00!)
  • Dyed Window Film - $185.00 (Regular Price 245.00. Save $60.00!)

 Windshield Films - Sunroof Films

  • "Clear" Ceramic Windshield Film Installed, Any Vehicle - $90.00 (Regular Price: $150.00. Save $60.00!)
  • "Clear" Ceramic Sunroof Film Installed, Any Vehicle - $40.00 (Each. Regular Price: $85.00. Save $45.00!)

Front Doors Only - Match Rear Privacy Factory Glass

  • Driver Passenger Front Doors Only - $75.00 Ceramic Film (Regular Price: $125.00. Save $50.00!)
  • Driver Passenger Front Doors Only - - $50.00 Carbon Film (Regular Price: $80.00. Save $30.00!)

*** These prices are good for the vast majority of cars. There may need to be a price adjustment based on age of the vehicle or complexity. Mention Ref # 777 To get this deal.

Georgia Car Window Tinting State Laws

In the state of Georgia, as a general rule the law for automotive window tint is 32% for passenger cars on all the side windows and back glass. On SUV's, trucks and vans, only the front doors are regulated. Read on for more detailed information.

Darkness of tint is measured by Visible Light Transmission percentage (VLT%). In Georgia, this percentage refers to percentage of visible light allowed in through the combination of film and the window.

Passenger Car Window Tint:

  • Windshield Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 6 inches of the windshield.

  • Front Side Window Tint Must allow more than 32% of light in.

  • Back Side Window Tinting Must allow more than 32% of light in.

  • Rear Window Auto Tint Must allow more than 32% of light in.

Trucks, Vans, And SUV Window Tinting:

  • Only the front door tinting is regulated on these vehicles. You are allowed to go as dark as you would like on all the windows behind the front 2 doors. Consult with a professional installer about the proper window tinting percentages for your vehicle before making a window film purchase.

Similar to sunglass lenses, some tinting films contain metallic elements that help in reflecting incoming light and reducing the glare and heat generated by visible light.

  • Front Side Window Tint Must not be more than 20% reflective.

  • Back Side Window Tinting Films Must not be more than 20% reflective.


  • Restricted Colors: The tint color(s) of RED are not legal by state law.

  • Side Mirrors No restrictions.

  • Medical Exemption State allows medical exemptions to tint windows on your automobile. For more details about the specific terms of the exemption, consult your state law.


The law for automotive window tint varies from state to state. In many northern states window tint laws require nothing darker than a 70% film, while in other parts of the country it can be as dark as 20%.

Here in Georgia the law for tinted glass on your car is 32% for the entire vehicle. There are exceptions to the law of 32%: multi-purpose vehicles, like SUVs or minivans, can go with any shade on the rear of the vehicle. (Any auto glass behind the front two door windows)

These percentages are used to measure the amount of visible light transmitting (VLT) through a tinted window. The lower the percentage means the darker the film. One thing to consider is even though a car’s window may not be tinted, it doesn’t mean it is clear. A lot of auto glass that isn’t tinted can have its VLT measure at around 70% or higher. This can sometimes put a car on the illegal side even though the proper percentage of tint was applied.

georgia window tint lawThe state of Georgia also requires that no window tint have a reflectivity of 20% or higher. This reflectivity can be seen on vehicles that have windows that look like mirrors. This type of film has phased out over the last decade as car manufacturers have put more and more technology into a vehicle’s glass and the metal in mirrored tint can interfere with this technology.

A vehicle is allowed a tinted windshield strip along the top six inches of the windshield. There is no requirement to the shade of the windshield strip, however, it can’t be reflective.

You should always install a window film that complies to the State of Georgia regulations. Not only do you run the risk of being ticketed for illegal window film, but it can be expensive to strip and redo all the windows on your car.

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