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Welcome to the IWFA's resource for press releases issued by the organization, coverage generated in a variety of media publications, the comprehensive state law chart'swhere you can find information regarding local regulation for vehicle window tints, and the IWFA's own blog - as written by executive director Darrell Smith and legislation impacting the industry overall.

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Nearly 1/2 of U.S. Adults are in the Dark on Window Film

New York - Assembly Bill 359 - February 12, 2001

New York Legislation – Assembly Bill - AB 359 Representative Gantt

Representative A. Gantt has introduced amendments that significantly change our ability to install film on the rear side windows of multi-purpose vehicles:
The current law specifies that on station wagons, sedans, hard tops, coupes, hatchbacks, and convertibles, the rear side windows must have a light transmittance of at least 70 percent.

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