But...but...I thought there were safety issues? LOL. Guess it isn't really about safety is it.I don't get upset about window tint.
And there are probably exemptions on the books for those vehicles, just like how cops and cop cars are generally exempt from seatbelt, cell phone, tint, and other laws.
So cops can see through illegal tint but regular people can't? Got it.The danger is not to other cops- the danger of illegally tinted windows is to offenders.
What are you talking about? I didn't say anything like that.So cops can see through illegal tint but regular people can't? Got it.
You seem like a good guy, but it's NEVER a good idea to go digging for stuff without being directed to.heh, even my mom who always had dark tinted windows told me when I tinted my windows, that one sure fire way to piss off a cop, have a gun pointed at you and catch an offence for just about anything they can find was to make him/her walk up on a vehicle they cant see anything inside of.
thats why I roll down all the windows, flip on my super bright LED interior lights, grab my ID and put my hands on the wheel before they even step out of their vehicle.. never got any grief for my tint.. even if its dead of winter or raining, all windows down.