Oregon Window Tint Laws
Oregon Window Tint Laws: What You Need to Know
Oregon Window Tint laws are strict, but there are some exceptions. If you have a medical condition that requires darker tint, you may be able to get a medical exemption.
You can ask for darker tint and you may not need to show proof to the person that tints your car, However, you will need to provide proof of your condition to the police if you are pulled over for illegal tint.
The cost of a ticket for illegal tint in Oregon is a couple hundred dollars. If you are caught with illegal tint multiple times, the fines can increase.
Here are the basic Oregon window tint laws:
* The type of vehicle has different requirements.
* The front side windows can have up to 35% tint.
* The rear side windows and rear windshield can have up to 25% tint.
If you have a medical condition that requires darker tint, you can get a medical exemption for window tint from the Oregon DMV. To do this, you will need to provide a letter from your doctor stating that you need darker tint for medical reasons. You will also need to provide a copy of your medical records.
If you are pulled over for illegal tint, you will need to show the police your medical exemption if you have one. If you do not have a medical exemption, you will be issued a ticket.
A reputable shop won’t tint your car illegally without informing you about this.
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