If you're concerned about privacy, you may want a 15% tint. Although you can see through it from the outside if you're up close, it's difficult. This is enough to deter most casual snoops and would-be criminals. Most vehicles that come with "built-in" factory tint is in the 15-20% range.
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Do tints make it harder to see at night?Dark Tints Impede Your Vision as a Driver
Too dark of a tint may make it more difficult for you to see your surroundings in low light environments. Driving at night with high levels of tint can be dangerous, too. The combination of a dark night and dark window films can create an intense lack of visibility.
What tint is best for night driving?
Night Driving Lenses are available in Standard or Gradient Tint. Once you choose one of those options, you can select the color of your tinting. Night Driving Lenses are the Yellow Tinted Lenses that are offered on our site. Yellow Lenses are the ones that will help with night driving.
What tint is best at night?
tint shops will tell you 35% is a good mix for night and day driving, while still giving you a tinted look. A dark interior helps. 20% is about the max you can go and see well on a dark night.Aug 1, 2009
Is 15% tint legal in FL?
Florida residents are allowed to have 15% on the rear of the vehicle and 28% on the front according to the Florida window tint laws. Your windshield strip should be at or above the ansi line to be legal.