Exactly. The higher the % number, the higher the amount of light that passes through. Think of no tint as being 100%20%
tint is rated on the amount of light ( % ) that it allows to pass through
Turn on your interior lights too (at night), just dont make to many furitive movements.......Here's a tip: If you are tinted in the front and are stopped, roll down your driver's side front window so the officer can see you. Also, if you have rear windows, roll the driver's side down as well. This will allow the officer to see you, your passengers and make them a bit more comfortable about you and your passengers. They might even forget about the window tint!
Absolutely... SOP every time I've been stopped since high school.Turn on your interior lights too (at night), just dont make to many furitive movements.......
I don't know about other places but in So. Ca. that really is the truth. I used to get pulled over and get things written down on the citation that had nothing to do with why I was originally pulled over. Now they even let me off from time to time and never write me for tinted windows anymore.Southern California is "iffy" on tints.
Seems like you are almost invisible to cops once you hit 35 or 40 years old.