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Medical Sun-Screening 99% UV Protection Automotive Tint

Window tint medical exemptions allow you to install window tint which is darker than normally permitted by state laws. Eligibility for medical exemptions and tint film darkness depend on each state. Some states do not permit darker window tint even for medical reasons. We gathered all window tint medical exceptions information for your convenience below. Wherever possible we included links to relevant official websites, including Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), Department of Transportation, or Department of Public Safety.


New Jersey permits medical exemptions. Windshield and front side windows may have below 70% and 35% VLT respectively. Conditions include ophthalmic or dermatological photosensitivity, chronic actinic dermatitis, photosensitive eczema, and skin cancers having an associated diagnosis of chronic actinic dermatitis. Medical exemption certificate must be in vehicle at all times. Label with name of sun-screening material or product manufacturer, and registration number of facility that installed the tint must be displayed on windshield and front right side window. Tint film installed due to medical waivers must be removed prior to sale of vehicle. Exemptions are valid for and must be renewed every 4 years. For more information see: New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission – Window sun-screening for medical reasons New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission – Application for Sunscreening (.pdf file – NEW form)

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