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i have limo black on the rear 3 and it looks great imo so much so I want to do the front 2 however I know it's not legal so how dark could I go so it compliments the back but don't take the pîss to the police any pics be appreciated especially on a thunder grey


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It is I know that I'm happy with the risk you see many cars in uk with them done so .......... just don't want to go so dark I'm over stepping it


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Hope the bikers among us feel the same. After all its bikers that tend to be overlooked when cars pull out of junctions, and it's bikers that pay that price. So I hope you always open your front windows at evert T junction, if you decide to tint. I am not a biker, but I would hate to think illegal actions could have a potential life changing impact all for good looks / fashion. Changing a number plate spacing does not have the same potential impact, it's only AMPR that has a problem with this, so If your Mini was stolen the Police can't track it.
 

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Hope the bikers among us feel the same. After all its bikers that tend to be overlooked when cars pull out of junctions, and it's bikers that pay that price. So I hope you always open your front windows at evert T junction, if you decide to tint. I am not a biker, but I would hate to think illegal actions could have a potential life changing impact all for good looks / fashion. Changing a number plate spacing does not have the same potential impact, it's only AMPR that has a problem with this, so If your Mini was stolen the Police can't track it.

This is very true and and 42 years old I am aware of driving etc if you read up I want a slight tint not limo tint also was you talking push bikes or motorbikes


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I got limo tint on back windows, then went 2nd darkest on driver/passenger windows. It looks amazing, but the one draw back is when I back into my dark garage, I do have to lower my passenger window to see the garage more clearly through side mirrors, otherwise looking through tinted window makes the garage a black hole.
 

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Tbh most of the motorbikes in my area like to do the tyre warm up wiggle in the 30mph limit ready for the scarey 60mph and the rest tend to think they are on a unicycle so can't see diddly squat lol push bikes are wide as cars these days love nothing more to go 3 a breast so they can be seen also I hear what people say and as I said I want a slight tint nothing crazy as I do carry a child around with me


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Personally don't like front window tints, reminds me of when I saw a Overfinch Sport pulled over and having the police rip the front tint to ensure he has it taken off. Just think if you go darker than a sun protection film then you look a bit silly, a bit too drug dealer... Just my opinion, yours don't look too dark though to be honest so you'll probably get away with it.
 
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