Can Windows Tint be Removed?
DMV issues medical authorizations to individuals with medical conditions that require protection from sunlight or bright artificial light. The medical authorization allows these individuals to equip their vehicles regularly used to transport them with window tinting films or applications. Medical authorizations 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.
It is important to obtain the medical authorization before adding the sun-shading or tinting.Total Percentage of Light Allowed Without Medical Authorization
|Vehicle Window||Regular Passenger Vehicles||Multi-Use Passenger Vehicles|
|Windshield||No sun-shading allowed|
|Front side windows||50 percent|
|Rear side windows||35 percent||No limitations|
|35 percent -upper 5 inches or to AS-1 line
OR 70 percent -entire windshield
Applying for a Medical Authorization
Upon receipt, the application will be reviewed by DMV DIRECT.
The application must include vehicle information and a statement from a physician, physician's assistant, nurse practitioner, ophthalmologist, or optometrist certifying that sunshading is necessary for the individual's health. The vehicle owner will receive a new registration card with "sunshading" printed in the Special Conditions space. This registration card serves as verification that the vehicle is authorized to have sunshading.