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Senators introduce bill to allow clear UV windshield tinting

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GUAM - Senators Tommy Morrison and Tom Ada have introduced legislation that would allow the use of clear ultraviolet ray windshield tinting on the front of vehicles.
 
As it stands now, Public Law 29-91 restricts the use of dark window tint on the front of car windshields, more specifically, the law restricts front windshield tinting or glazing material to extend below eight inches from the top of the front windshield. Morrison says the measure is needed in order to allow local tinting companies to utilize clear UV ray filtering material.
 
"Current law doesn't allow for full-faced but with this new type of product you'll be able to see through it and it does not impact law enforcement as far as the visibility into the cars which was why the current law was put in place" the senator confirmed.
 
Bill 140 would allow full window film or glazing material to be applied to the entire windshield provided that the film or glaze is clear and filters ultraviolet rays.

 

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