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Tinting
#1
Hi,
I'm thinking about tinting the rear windows but not sure what % to go for.
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Any chance you could show me pictures of your rides with what % you went with. Thanks


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I used the darkest possible.
63 XTR 1.6 HDR 115 64000m
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#3
"There are no rules for tinting the rear windscreen or rear passenger windows."
https://www.gov.uk/tinted-vehicle-window-rules

So it's as dark as you'd like, I'm not sure what others generally use tho.
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#4
Thanks all

I'm thinking either 20 or 30% but it would be great to see what other people have done


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#5
I have factory privacy on my C4 Picasso Grand - i'd say that was about 5%.

I have it from the B pillars back and on the roof window - viability out is no problem
Previous Berlingo: 2015 1.6 L1850 90ps In Artic Steel inc Look Pack and Lighting Pack.

Current Berlingo: K9 2018 Driver M 100ps in Platinum Grey with Safety Pack
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(30-05-2019, 04:31 PM)Goyen88 Wrote:  Hi,
I'm thinking about tinting the rear windows but not sure what % to go for.
[Image: d2f46350c31a6da2a046fffe9cebe24a.jpg]
[Image: 27c782427bee5860d63dbf557f9b92de.jpg]
Any chance you could show me pictures of your rides with what % you went with. Thanks


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Limo - it makes it more private for when you have goods in the back, also its a great sun blind if you have kids.[Image: e6581f4cabc0229a47db20d12f40fd5b.jpg]


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#7
Bare in mind that the standard glass already has a slight tint so anything you put on will appear darker.

Put a piece of white paper behind the standard glass and you will get an idea of how dark the standard tint is.


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#8
had 15% on my last one but will be going 5% on my latest one (got the kit just havent got around to fitting it.)
cant seem to post a pic on here.
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Hi all, I've fit my Bingo with 20% tint and you can't see in but you can see out, which is exactly what I was after for my camper. I got a pre cut kit off the bay, sides were easy to do after taking the windows out, the rear less so.  Undecided.
   
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