The moratorium on new tint regulations has been further extended to December 31st 2021.
According to the Works Ministry on Twitter, this has been deemed necessary due to current COVID-19 restrictions.
This includes the limited movement of persons and the closure of some businesses such as tint shops and auto garages.
The Ministry anticipates that the approximately seven-month extension would allow motorists to become compliant with the law before it is fully operationalized.
The new law requires the following levels of visible light transmittance from tint:
Windscreen – at least 70%
Windscreen’s Anti-Glare Band or Visor – at least 35%
Front windows (driver and passenger) – at least 35%
Rear windows (including side windows) – at least 20%
Rear windscreen – at least 20%
EXTENSION OF MORATORIUM FOR THE NEW WINDSCREEN AND WINDOW TINT REGULATIONS, 2020
The MOWT wishes to advise the general public that the moratorium on the operationalization of the new Windscreen and Window Tint Regulations, 2020 has been further extended to December 31, 2021. pic.twitter.com/Nd3uQQNgUj
— TT Min of Works (@mowtgovtt) June 7, 2021