Many people want to install the darkest legal window tint on their car, but are unaware of the risks involved in accidently installing a darker than legal grade of film. You need to be very careful when installing the darkest legal tint, as is pointed out by Brad Magure of Precision Window Tinting in this expose of the little known risks involved in installing after-market window tint.

In all States and Territories of Australia, the darkest legal tint permitted on a vehicle is one with a VLT (visible light transmission) level of 35%, on all vehicle windows (excluding the front windscreen, which is not allowed to have any window tint with the exception of the visor strip across the top).