Nunavut tint laws prohibit using window tint on front windshield or front side windows. Back side windows and rear windshield may have any darkness.
No tint allowed
Front Side Windows
No tint allowed
Back Side Windows
Tinting back side windows or rear windshield in this Canadian territory is not specifically allowed nor prohibited. Any tint darkness on windows behind driver is permitted in nearly every province and territory.
Any vehicle equipment which isn’t regulated or prohibited is considered legal. Therefore, there is no reason to believe tinting windows behind driver would be illegal in Nunavut.
Nunavut Window Tint FAQ:
NU laws do not specifically prohibit using window tint with higher than normal reflection. For safety of other drivers you should avoid using any glazing which causes glare.
Side mirrors (sometimes referred to as side wings) are not required on vehicles regardless of tint. In some parts of Canada they are required if any windows behind driver are glazed.
There are no medical exemptions for any kind of conditions which would allow for darker than normal window tint.
By Nunavut laws there are no special certificate or stickers required on tint film.
Tint darkness preview is for illustrative purposes only. Actual results can vary. Tool courtesy of Car Tint Laws.
Sources & References:
You can verify our information about legal Nunavut tinting on the following:
- Nunavut Consolidation of Motor Vehicles Act (see section 141: Obstruction of view by windshield stickers on page 84)
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Last update: November 4, 2023.