Newfoundland and Labrador tint laws do not allow any tint on front windshield and front side windows. Back side windows and rear windshield can have any darkness.
Front Side Windows
Back Side Windows
There is no room for misinterpreting NL tint laws. Window tint laws in this Canadian province are very specific and easy to understand.
Clear and transparent frost shields or window stickers are permitted on windshields as long as they do not impair driver’s vision.
Newfoundland and Labrador Window Tint FAQ:
Newfoundland and Labrador laws do not allow tint film or glazing which can cause glare. Avoid using film with higher than normal reflective level.
Side rear view mirrors (side wings) are not specifically required in NL regardless whether back windows are tinted. Most of Canada require them.
There are no exemptions for any kind of medical conditions which would allow for darker than normal window tint.
By NL laws there are no special certificates or stickers required on tint film.
Illegal window tint in NL carries a fine between $23 and $52. There may be additional costs or surcharges involved.
Tint darkness preview is for illustrative purposes only. Actual results can vary. Tool courtesy of Car Tint Laws.
Sources & References:
You can verify all information about legal Newfoundland and Labrador tinting on the following:
- Consolidated Newfoundland and Labrador Regulation (Highway Traffic Act, Licensing and Equipment Regulations, 38. Window Glazing).
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Last update: November 4, 2023.