SB727 - Revises the law regarding tinted windows
||Revises the law regarding tinted windows
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|LR Number:||3035S.05T ||Fiscal Note:||3035-05|
|Last Action:||02/14/02 - Signed by Governor (w/EC) ||Journal page:||S299 |
|Title:||SCS SBs 727 & 703 |
|Effective Date:||Emergency Clause |
SCS/SBs 727 & 703 - This act permits the use of sun
screening material with a light transmission of 35% or more, plus
or minus 3%, and a luminous reflectance of 35% or less, plus or
minus 3%, on front windows and sidewing vents located to the left
and right of motor vehicles registered in Missouri. The
Department of Public Safety may issue a permit to any person to
operate a vehicle with sun screening with less light transmission
and more luminous reflectance if the person has a serious medical
condition and the sun screening is prescribed by a physician.
The permit allows the operation of the motor vehicle by any
titleholder or relative within the second degree of consanguinity
who resides in the household.
The act does not prohibit the use of labels, stickers,
decalcomania, or informational signs on motor vehicles; the
application of tinting or solar screening material on
recreational vehicles; or factory-installed tinted glass. This
act also removes any restrictions on tinting of rear side windows
and rear windows. The degree of sun tinting on vehicle windows
will no longer be a part of motor vehicle inspections.
The act has an emergency clause.
This act is similar to HCS/HBs 1386 and 1038 (2002).