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Pricing


Paint Protection Film

Full Front End Wrap*

$1795

Complete Hood, Complete Bumper, Complete Fenders, Both Mirrors and Door Edges


Full Paint Protection Film

$999

Complete Bumper, Partial Hood, Partial Fenders, Both Mirrors and Door Edges


Partial Paint Protection Film

$699

Partial Hood, Partial Fenders, Both Mirrors and Door Edges

Window Tinting

Front 2 Windows

$149


Full Tint

$249

**Prices subject to change.

About Window Tinting


Window tinting on our vehicles is not something new (in fact its been around since 1966). It is one of the most popular vehicle upgrades today. Window tinting involves adding a special polyester material called window tint which is meant to protect passengers from UV (UltraViolet) rays of the sun.

Many car owners have window tint for protection from the sun, privacy, and other benefits. If you want that extra dark limo tint, though, be careful and check your state laws below first. Many states have laws prohibiting the level of tint that allowed.

Tinting windows can also protect your car’s interior from getting too hot and protect from the damage of UV rays.

While window tint offers other benefits, one potential drawback is poor visibility for drivers if the tint is too dark. On the other hand, law enforcement and police can’t see inside your car. Every state has window tint laws to dictate how much tinting is allowed on each window of your vehicle. These state laws allow drivers to use window tint and keep everyone around them safe.

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This graphic will help you to determine your darkness perference. The percentages below display how much light is allowed to go through the tint. Example: If you choose to tint your vehicle windows to 35% this will allow 35% of the available light into the vehicle blocking 65%.

When choosing the tint percentage its important to keep the front and rear side windows close in percentage (if your state allows it) to give an even transition in the look of the tinted windows.

Window Tinting Percentages

What is Paint Protection Film?


Protect your paint from chips today with our paint protection film.

REDUCES STONE CHIPPING AND BUG IMPACTING OF PAINTED SURFACES

  • A non-yellowing, clear protection film for reducing stone
  • Chipping and bug impacting of painted surfaces.
  • Excellent for step plates, valances, rocker areas, etc.
  • For new cars and for refinished vehicles with fully cured, painted surfaces

It protects from damage caused by stone chips, weather, bugs and abrasions from many other types of road debris.

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Vern Eide Honda

5200 S Louise Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57108 Service: 605-362-9500

Vern Eide Mitsubishi

4501 E Arrowhead Pkwy, Sioux Falls, SD 57110 Service: 605-307-5282

Window Tinting Laws


Here is a breakdown of the different car window tinting laws and regulations by state. This information can help you make the right choices for your car. As you read these laws, remember that window tint percentages refer to the amount of light allowed in. This is also known as the Visible Light Transmission (VLT) percent. The windshield tinting laws refer to the amount of the windshield that can be legally tinted or the amount of tint allowed on the entire windshield, depending on the state’s regulations.

Here are the window tint laws, including the darkest legal tint percentages in your state.

NOTE: This information is subject to change, check your local laws for the most up-to-date laws.

State Front Side Windows Back Side Windows Rear Windows Windshield Reflectivity Other Restrictions
South Dakota 35% 20% 20% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no metallic or mirrored tinting none
Iowa 70% any any tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no excessive reflections allowed, but not specified none
Minnesota 50% 50% 50% none allowed no more than 20% reflective none
Nebraska 35% 20% 20% 5 inches or as-1 line, whichever comes first no more than 35% reflective unclear on side mirrors, but red, amber and yellow are not permitted
North Dakota 50% any any no more than 70% no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows

Alabama 32% 32% 32% 6 inches no more than 20% reflective none
Alaska 70% 40% 40% 5 inches no metallic or mirrored tinting no red, yellow or amber tinting allowed
Arizona 33% any any tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 35% reflective red and amber not permitted, back window tinting requires the use of dual side mirrors
Arkansas
25%
25% 10% 5 inches no metallic or mirrored tinting none
California 70% any any 4 inches no more reflective than a standard window red, amber, and blue not allowed. dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Colorado 27% 27% 27% 4 inches no metallic or mirrored tinting red and amber not permitted, back window tinting requires the use of dual side mirrors
Connecticut 35% 35% any non-reflective tint above the as-1 line no more than 21% reflective dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Delaware 70% any any non-reflective tint above the as-1 line no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Florida 28% 15% 15% non-reflective tint allowed above the as-1 line no more than 25% reflective dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Georgia 32% 32% 32% 6 inches no more than 20% reflective red and amber not allowed
Hawaii 35% 35% 35% no inch requirent, must allow 70% of light no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Idaho 35% 20% 35% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 35% reflective dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Illinois” 35% 35% 35% 6 inches must be non-reflective dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Indiana 30% 30% 30% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 25% reflective none
Kansas 35% 35% 35% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no metallic or mirrored tinting red, amber and yellow are prohibited and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Kentucky 35% 18% 18% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 25% reflective none
Louisiana 40% 25% 12% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 20% reflective none
Maine 35% any any 4 inches must be non-reflective dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Maryland 35% 35% 35% 5 inches no law red, amber and yellow are prohibited and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Massachusetts 35% 35% 35% 6 inches no more than 35% reflective must have dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Michigan any percent, but only 4 inches from the top of window any any 4 inches no more than 35% reflective none
Mississippi 28% 28% 28% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 20% reflective none
Missouri 35% any any tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 35% reflective must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Montana 24% 14% 14% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 35% reflective none
Nevada 35% any any tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no law dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
New Hampshire no tinting allowed 35% 35% 6 inches no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
New Jersey no tinting allowed any any no tint allowed no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
New Mexico 20% 20% 20% 5 inches or as-1 line, whichever comes first no law dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
New York 70% 70% any 6 inches no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
North Carolina 35% 35% 35% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 20% reflective red, amber and yellow are prohibited and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Ohio 50% any any no more than 70% no more reflective than a standard window none
Oklahoma
25% 25% 25% 5 inches or as-1 line, whichever comes first no more than 20% reflective dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Oregon 35% 35% 35% 6 inches no more than 13% reflective red, green, yellow, black and amber tints are not allowed, and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Pennsylvania 70% 70% 70% none allowed no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Rhode Island 70% 70% 70% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no law none
South Carolina 27% 27% 27% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line must be non-reflective red, amber and yellow are prohibited and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Tennessee 35% 35% 35% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no metallic or mirrored tinting none
Texas 25% 25% any 5 inches or as-1 line, whichever comes first no more than 25% reflective red, amber, and blue not allowed. dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Utah 43% any any tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Vermont no tinting allowed any any tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no metallic or mirrored tinting dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Virginia 50% 35% 35% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no more than 20% reflective red, amber and yellow are prohibited and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Washington 24% 24% 24% 6 inches no more than 35% reflective red, green, yellow, black and amber tints are not allowed, and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Washington D.C. 70% 50 percent for cars, 35 percent for multi-purpose vehicles 50 percent for cars, 35 percent for multi-purpose vehicles 5 inches or as-1 line, whichever comes first no law none
West Virginia 35% 35% 35% 5 inches 20% reflective red, amber and yellow are prohibited and must have dual side mirrors for back tinted windows
Wisconsin 50% 35% 35% tinting allowed to the top of the manufacturer’s as-1 line no law dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
Wyoming 28% 28% 28% 5 inches or as-1 line, whichever comes first no more than 20% reflective dual side mirrors required for back tinted windows
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