Prince Edward Island tint laws do not allow any tint on front windshield or front side windows. Back side windows and rear windshield can have any darkness.
No tint allowed
Front Side Windows
No tint allowed
Back Side Windows
Window tint laws in this Canadian province are very precise and easy to understand. There is very little room for misunderstanding, which is why you should avoid any tint beyond legal limits.
You should avoid all tint on front windshield and windows next to driver. All windows behind driver can be tinted with any darkness levels.
Prince Edward Island Window Tint FAQ:
PE province laws specifically prohibit using window tint with higher than normal reflection or glare.
Side mirrors or side wings are required on vehicles only if rear windshield is tinted.
There are no exemptions for any kind of medical conditions that would allow darker than normal window tint.
According to Prince Edward Island tint laws there are no special certificate or stickers required on tint film.
In Prince Edward Island you are permitted to install clear, transparent and non-reflective frost shields on windshields or front side windows.
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 Prince Edward Island tinting on the following:
- Prince Edward Island Highway Traffic Act, Part V: Equipment, Miscellaneous Equipment, 138. Window Glazing, front and side (see Section 138 on page 72)
Our information is continuously kept up to date and accurate with the help of our partnered Canadian traffic law experts. However, we always recommend verifying info with official sources. All data provided on our website is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered substitute for professional legal advice.
Last update: November 4, 2023.