FLORIDA TINT LAW ENACTED : 1991
 
HOW DARK CAN WINDOW TINT BE IN FLORIDA?
 DARKNESS OF TINT IS MEASURES BY VISIBLE LIGHT TRANSMISSION PERCENTAGE (VLT%). IN FLA., THIS PERCENTAGE REFERS TO PERCENTAGE OF VISIBLE LIGHT ALLOWED IN THROUGH THE COMBINATION OF FILM AND THE WINDOW.
WINDSHIELD       NON-REFLECTIVE TINT IS ALLOWED ALONG THE TOP OF THE
                            WINDSHIELD ABOVE THE MANUFACTURE'S AS-1 LINE.
 
FRONT SIDE WINDOWS     MUST ALLOW MORE THAN 28% OF LIGHT IN
BACK SIDE WINDOW          MUST ALLOW MORE THAN 15% OF LIGHT IN.
REAR WINDOW                   MUST ALLOW MORE THAN 15% OF LIGHT IN.
 
HOW REFLECTIVE CAN THE TINT BE IN FLORIDA?
 SIMILAR TO SUNGLASS LENSES, SOME TINTING FILM CONTAINS METALLIC ELEMENTS THAT HELP IN REFLECTING INCOMING LIGHT AND REDUCING THE GLARE AND HEAT GENERATED BY VISIBLE LIGHT.
 
FRONT SIDE WINDOWS     MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 25% REFLECTIVE.
BACK SIDE WINDOWS       MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 25% REFLECTIVE.
 
OTHER FLORIDA RULES AND REGULATIONS
 
RESTRICTED COLORS      NO COLORS OF TINT ARE EXPLICITLY BANNED
SIDE MIRRORS                   DUAL SIDE MIRRORS ARE REQUIRED IF BACK WINDOW
                                            IS TINTED.
CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS
                                             MANUFACTURES OF FILM DO NOT NEED TO CERTIFY THE                                               FILM THEY SELL IN THE STATE.
MEDICAL EXCEMPTION     STATE ALLOWS MEDICAL EXCEMPTIONS FOR SPECIAL
                                             TINT. FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE SPECIFIC TERMS OF 
                                             EXCEMPTION, CONSULT YOUR STATE LAW.