There it goes again and again and again. Of course I’m not complaining. I don’t mind the business. I actually welcome it. These days the phones are ringing more than ever with customers wanted to make appointments to either have their window tinting on their car removed and then re-tinted with a legal window tinting or just removed all together without electing to reinstall the film.
Why are customers calling so much these days? No, the very strict North Carolina window tint law has not changed. In fact the law – with the exception of a couple of additional exemptions – has not changed at all since 1996. The reason customers are calling so much is because over the past couple of years, the heads of the NC Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) enforcement have been cracking down on inspection stations and how they check your window tinting at the inspection stations.
You see, after you install aftermarket window tinting on your automobile, the state checks the level of tinting (how dark or light the film is) with a state-approved Light Transmitter device each year during your annual safety inspection. So when you consider having window tinting installed on your automobile in North Carolina, be sure to use a Window Tint Dealer and Installer that owns and uses the same state-approved Light Transmission Device. That is the only way you can be 100% sure you will not have any issues when you get your annual vehicle safety inspection.
AllPro Window Films carries more legal window film options for you to choose from than anyone else. And we guarantee you will pass your inspection because we test the film you choose in front of you.
For more information on the North Carolina Window Tint Law GS 20-127 visit us at AllPro Window Films or call one of our representatives at 919-981-TINT.