Tint moratorium extended to December 31st 2021

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    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%

    Read the law here: THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC (WINDSCREEN AND WINDOW TINT) REGULATIONS, 2020