i live in louisiana but my car is registered in texas, so do i have to go by the louisiana laws or can i go by the texas laws? in louisiana it cant be more than 40% but in texas its 25%
In Louisiana, the laws on film and tint are:
Front Windshield - Non-reflective tint above AS-1 line Front Driver/Pass- No less than 40% tint Rear Driver/Pass - No less than 25% tint Rear Windshield - No less than 12% tint
In Texas the laws are: Front Windshield - Non-reflective tint above AS-1 line Front Driver/Pass- No less than 25% tint Rear Driver/Pass - Any tint is allowed Rear Windshield - Any tint is allowed
The best way to tint windows to avoid any state laws is by going no less than 40%, as some states are a bit harsher about tints, but most states are okay with 40%. There are a few states like California, the majority of the New England states, and Alaska where tint is either not allowed at all or must be no less than 70%.
It's not illegal if you're a dual resident of two states. Lots of people have dual residency because they travel around a lot between two areas. Although, most states require to register in their state if you reside in it for a certain period of days.
That depends where you live. I don't think it would matter if your car is registered in Texas or in Germany, if you live in another state, you must abide by their laws of the road and whatnot.
do i have to go by the louisiana law or can i go by the texas law since its registered in texas
umm i think its illegal to have your car register in a different state and live in another ?