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Since these cling to the window, could a Law Enforcement Officer plausibly write you up for - I'm not sure what the offense actually is - having windows that are tinted too dark? Considering it's a repositionable film rather than a screen held by suction cups?
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Since these cling to the window, could a Law Enforcement Officer plausibly write you up for - I'm not sure what the offense actually is - having windows that are tinted too dark? Considering it's a repositionable film rather than a screen held by suction cups?
Technically, these are not tints so may argue that
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Since these cling to the window, could a Law Enforcement Officer plausibly write you up for - I'm not sure what the offense actually is - having windows that are tinted too dark? Considering it's a repositionable film rather than a screen held by suction cups?
In California, you would need a doctor's note for the driver's side.
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Dead - Your Shopping Cart is empty.
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Lucky! This stuff is ultra crap.
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In California, you would need a doctor's note for the driver's side.
Wrong. You are allowed to use these on your windows, it is not tint. No doctors note covers any privilege to put tint on the front windows or windshield of vehicle.
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Lucky! This stuff is ultra crap.
It is garbage, suctions were deformed and never stuck to window.
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Wrong. No doctors note covers any privilege to put tint on the front windows or windshield of vehicle.
negative , know-it-all YOU ARE wrong .

https://dmv.dc.gov/service/medical-waivers-vehicle-window-tinting-restrictions

Medical Waivers for Vehicle Window Tinting Restrictions

DC DMV will issue you a waiver if you have a medical condition requiring protection from sunlight or bright artificial light. The Vehicle Tint Waiver Request Form, which requires a physician statement, authorizes you to equip your vehicle with window tinting films or applications that exceed the regulatory limit as indicated on the form. Waivers are issued in the name of the person with the condition and are valid as long as the person has the condition or until the vehicle is sold. The Vehicle Tint Waiver Request form is available at the link below:

Vehicle Tint Waiver Request Form
You should obtain the waiver before adding the tinting.

To apply for a waiver, the person with the medical condition must submit a completed Vehicle Tint Waiver Request Form to the DC DMV Inspection Station. You may also fax this phone
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negative , know-it-all YOU ARE wrong .

https://dmv.dc.gov/service/medica...strictions

Medical Waivers for Vehicle Window Tinting Restrictions

DC DMV will issue you a waiver if you have a medical condition requiring protection from sunlight or bright artificial light. The Vehicle Tint Waiver Request Form, which requires a physician statement, authorizes you to equip your vehicle with window tinting films or applications that exceed the regulatory limit as indicated on the form. Waivers are issued in the name of the person with the condition and are valid as long as the person has the condition or until the vehicle is sold. The Vehicle Tint Waiver Request form is available at the link below:

Vehicle Tint Waiver Request Form
You should obtain the waiver before adding the tinting.

To apply for a waiver, the person with the medical condition must submit a completed Vehicle Tint Waiver Request Form to the DC DMV Inspection Station. You may also fax this phone
Negative X2. Wrong state bud. Referring to original California question.
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Negative X2. Wrong state bud. Referring to original California question.sor
sorry brotha ,

http://www.ocregister.com/2016/02...de-window/

CA THEN SUCKA !
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sorry brotha ,

http://www.ocregister.com/2016/02...de-window/

CA THEN SUCKA !
Source is not of official jurisdiction such as California DMV.
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Source is not of official jurisdiction such as California DMV.
if you read article source was taken from CHP officer . . .
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if you read article source was taken from CHP officer . . .
CHP officers do not make their own laws. It's the state.
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CHP officers do not make their own laws. It's the state.
CHP officers site the laws of the state and actually if an officer gives you incorrect information and you get into any trouble there are laws that protect you since you were under the impression that you were following 2 the law but enough with you already use google 2 find your penal code then if that is what you wish . . .
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