For information on 2005-2010 «WK» series Grand Cherokees visit   WKJeeps. For information on 2011-2021 «WK2» series Grand Cherokees visit   WK2Jeeps. For information on 2022-up «WL» series Grand Cherokeess visit   WLJeeps. For information on 2006-2010 «XK» series Jeep Commanders visit   XKJeeps. This is a non-commercial personal web site put together for informational and educational purposes only, by and for Window tinting prices Grand Cherokee enthusiasts and owners. Every attempt has been made to make certain that the information on this web site is as accurate as possible. Alabama Tinting of front windshield glass to reduce light transmission is not permitted, except for the upper 6 inches of the windshield.

Alaska The front windshield can have tinting applied, but only on the top 5 inches of the window. Arkansas Tinting may not extend more than 5 inches from the top of the windshield. All vehicles with after-market tints must have a label with the name and phone number of the company and a declaration that the vehicle conforms to the vehicle tinting law that installed the tint on the front glass immediately to the driver’s left. A motorist with a medical waiver exemption for window tinting must carry a physician’s certification in the motor vehicle. The front window may have tinting only from the top of the window to a point 29 inches above the top of the driver’s seat.

All vehicles with tinted windows shall have a window sticker legible from the outside of the vehicle that indicates the sticker registration number and a certification of compliance with the tinting laws. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 205. The FLHSMV shall issue a medical exemption certificate to persons who are afflicted with Lupus or similar medical conditions, which require a limited exposure to light. Georgia Front windshields may not have material or glazing applied or affixed to reduce light transmission. The restrictions do not apply to the rear and side windows, except those windows to the right and left of the driver, of any multipurpose passenger vehicle, school bus, church or other nonprofit organization van, limousine owned or leased by a public or private entity, any vehicles with windows that were tinted before factory delivery or are permitted by federal law or regulation. Hawaii It is unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle if the glazing material on any windows or windshield, excepting the top edge of the windshield, does not meet the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 205. Idaho The front windshield can have tinting applied, but only on the top 6 inches of the window.

Illinois Any glass tinting on the front and side windows is prohibited, except when accompanied by a certification by a licensed physician stating that the driver’s medical condition would require it. Exceptions may be permitted for certain windows with specified light transmittance and variances. A non-reflective tinted film may be used along the uppermost portion of the windshield if such material does not extend more than 6 inches down from the top of the windshield. The use of non-reflective, smoked or tinted glass, non-reflective film, perforated window screen, or other decorative window application on windows to the rear of the driver’s seat is permitted, except the motor vehicle must be equipped with a side mirror on each side of the motor vehicle and may not have window treatment on the windows immediately adjacent to each side of the driver. Indiana A person may not drive a motor vehicle with any tinted windows that obstruct the driver’s clear view of the highway or intersecting highway or that prevent the ability of people outside the vehicle to recognize the people inside the vehicle. Kansas The windshield may have tinting installed above the AS1 line along the top of the windshield. Reflective tinting is prohibited on all windows. Kentucky Any windows that are forward of or adjacent to the driver’s seat may not be composed of, covered by, or treated with any sunscreening material or any product that has the effect of making the windows non-transparent.

The rear window of any vehicle may not be composed of, covered by, or treated with any sunscreening material unless the vehicle is equipped with side mirrors on both sides. Window tinting on the windshield is permitted only along the top strip of the windshield. Louisiana A person may not drive a motor vehicle with any tinted windows that obstruct the inward and outward view. Maine Tinting is permitted only along the top 5 inches of the windshield. Reflective material is not permitted on any vehicle windows. All windows except the rear window must contain 2-way glass. A special window treatment or application determined necessary via written attestation by a licensed physician, for the protection of the owner or operator of a private passenger motor vehicle who is determined to be light or photosensitive, is allowed upon approval of an application made to the RMV and proper display of an exemption sticker.

Aftermarket window tint is permissible on passenger cars, light trucks, vans, and multipurpose passenger vehicles. Tint may not be applied to the windshield below the AS1 line or below 5 inches from the top of the windshield, whichever is less. Windows of these vehicles to the rear of the driver may be tinted with add-on window tint to any degree of darkness. All vehicles equipped with permitted post manufacture window tint on any side or rear window, must be equipped with an outside rear view mirror on each side. Michigan No window application may be used on the front windshield, unless accompanied by a letter from a certified physician stating a medical necessity of the motor vehicle driver. A tinted film, however, may be applied no more than 4 inches from the top of the windshield and front side windows.

Rear and rear side window tinting is allowed. Mississippi No vehicle registered in Mississippi shall have windows that are covered with any glazing material that causes a mirrored effect. No person shall drive any motor vehicle registered in Mississippi with any tinted film, glazing material, or darkening material of any kind on the windshield except material designed to replace or provide a sun shield in the uppermost area as authorized to be installed by manufacturers of vehicles under federal law. School buses, buses used for public transportation, any bus or van owned or leased by any nonprofit organization, any limousine owned or leased by a private or public entity, or any other motor vehicle the windows of which have been tinted or darkened before factory delivery as permitted by federal law or regulation, are exempt from all window tinting rules. A permit exempting a driver from these requirements may be issued by the Department of Public Safety to a person having a serious medical condition that requires the use of a sun screening device if the permittee’s physician prescribes its use. Does not prohibit labels, stickers, decalcomania, or informational signs on motor vehicles or the application of tinted or solar screening material to recreational vehicles provided that such material does not interfere with the driver’s normal view of the road.

Any vehicle licensed with a historical license plate shall be exempt from the window tinting requirements. Montana A windshield may not have sunscreening material that is not clear and transparent below the AS-1 line or sunscreening material that is red, yellow, or amber in color above the AS-1 line. The highway patrol or local law enforcement may grant a waiver of window tinting standards for medical reasons based on an affidavit signed by a licensed physician. AS-1, found on most motor vehicle windshields, running parallel to the top of the windshield or shall mean a line 5 inches below and parallel to the top of the windshield, whichever is closer to the top of the windshield. Rear side windows can have non-reflective tinting, so long as the vehicle has outside mirrors on each side that are so located as to reflect to the driver a view of the highway through each mirror for a distance of at least 200 feet. Vehicles manufactured before 1993 that have tinting prior to 1993 are not subject to this prohibition. The windshield may have a transparent material applied, so long as the bottom edge of the material is not less than 29 inches above the top of the driver’s seat when the seat is in its rearmost and lowermost position with the vehicle on a level surface, and the material may not be red or amber. New Hampshire No person shall drive a vehicle, registered in New Hampshire, which has after-market tinting installed on the windshield or on the windows to the left and right of the driver.

After-market tinting may be applied to the windows to the rear of the driver if such vehicle has rearview mirrors located on both the left and right sides of the vehicle. Persons who require after-market tinting on the windshield or on the windows to the left and right of the driver for medical reasons may apply to the DMV for a special permit. Sunscreening materials that are installed or applied to the windshield of a motor vehicle shall be of a clear film and such material installed or applied to the front side windows of a motor vehicle shall be either a clear or tinted film. Any high-mounted rear stoplight shall not be obstructed in any manner. Mirror-type material is not permitted on any window of a motor vehicle. New Mexico Tinting cannot extend more than 5 inches from the top of the windshield. Front windshield, unless such material is limited to the uppermost 6 inches of the windshield.

Sidewings or side windows on either side forward or adjacent to the operator’s seat. Rear window, unless there are side mirrors on both sides adjusted that the driver has a clear and full view of the road and conditions behind their vehicle. North Carolina The windshield of a vehicle may only be tinted along the top 5 inches of the windshield or to the AS1 line, whichever is longer. Exceptions are available to persons with a medical condition causing them to be photosensitive to visible light. Windows behind the operator are exempt if the vehicle has outside mirrors on both sides. Ohio Application of vehicle glass darkening material must meet Director of Public Safety specifications.

Windshields may have transparent material affixed from the top of the windshield to either the AS-1 line or for a maximum of 5 inches, whichever is closest to the top of the windshield. The material may not be red or amber in color. 6 inches of a windshield, but may not be applied to any other portion of the windshield. Drivers are to provide the affidavit, or prescription or letter, and a window tint certificate upon request by law enforcement. Window tint certificates are issued at the time of installation. Mirror finish tinting, red tinting, yellow tinting, gold tinting, amber tinting, black tinting, or tinting material that is in liquid form and is brushed or sprayed on is prohibited. Pennsylvania No person may drive any motor vehicle with any sunscreening device or other material which does not permit a person to see or view the inside of the vehicle through the windshield, side wing, or side window of the vehicle.

This does not apply to a vehicle which is equipped with tinted windows of the type and specification that were installed by the manufacturer of the vehicle or to any hearse, ambulance, government vehicle, or any other vehicle for which a currently valid certificate of exemption has been issued in accordance with regulations adopted by the Department. The Department can grant a certificate of exemption for a vehicle that is registered in Pennsylvania and is equipped with any prohibited sunscreening devices for a medical condition certified to the Department by a licensed physician or optometrist. Rhode Island Anyone installing a sunscreen device on a motor vehicle must place a label on the front window that contains the installer’s name and the percentage of light transmittance. 2 outside mirrors, 1 on each side, adjusted to provide the driver with a clear view of the highway behind the vehicle. The use of transparent material on the uppermost 6 inches of the windshield is permitted. South Carolina A sunscreening device must be nonreflective and may not be red, yellow, or amber in color.

A sunscreening device may be used only along the top of the windshield and may not extend downward beyond the AS1 line. If the AS1 line is not visible, no sunscreening device may be applied to the windshield. A single sunscreening device may be installed on the sidewings or side windows, or both, located at the immediate right and left of the driver and the side windows behind the driver, or the rearmost window. If a sunscreening device is used on the rearmost window, 1 right and 1 left outside rearview mirror is required. These light transmittance requirements apply to windows behind the driver on pickup trucks but do not apply to windows behind the driver on other trucks, buses, trailers, mobile homes, multipurpose passenger vehicles, and recreational vehicles. South Dakota The windows on a vehicle cannot be cracked, broken, shattered, or distorted to the extent that it significantly impairs the driver’s vision. AS-1 line or more than 5 inches from the top of the windshield is prohibited. 4 inches from the top of the windshield or go below the AS-1 line.

Vermont Application of after-market window tinting is legal if a medical exemption is obtained. No film or darkening material may be applied to the windshield except to replace the sunshield in the uppermost area of the windshield. Any greater reduction of light transmittance of any window requires written authorization from the Commissioner of the DMV. Installation of more than a single sheet of film sunscreening material to any window is prohibited. A greater degree of light reduction is permitted on all windows and the top 6 inches of windshields operated by or carrying as a passenger a person who possesses a written medical exemption from a licensed physician. A greater degree of light reduction is permitted on the top 6-inch area of a vehicle’s windshield as long as the product is transparent and does not extend into the AS-1 portion of the windshield. Clear film sunscreening material that reduces or eliminates ultraviolet light may be applied to the windshield. If sunscreening devices are applied to the rear window, the vehicle must be equipped with outside rearview mirrors on both the left and right.

Wisconsin All glass used for the vent, side, or rear windows must be safety glass. If any sunscreen device or tinting film has been added to any windows behind the operator, 1 left and 1 right outside rearview mirror are required. Any person with a medical condition requiring tinted windows may obtain a certificate from WYDOT upon WYDOT’s receipt of a signed statement from a licensed physician or optometrist. Puerto Rico Use of unidirectional vision glass prohibited on motor vehicles. Any person with a medical condition requiring tinted windows under the legal limit, may obtain a certificate from the Puerto Rico DOT upon DOT’s receipt of a signed statement from a licensed physician. It is not permitted to place or install in a motor vehicle a transparent, translucent, or opaque material on or in place of a rear window glazing unless the motor vehicle is equipped with rearview mirrors on the right and left of the motor vehicle. Glazing installed by the manufacturer of the motor vehicle, clear untinted frost shields, and window stickers that do not impair the operator’s field of vision are permitted. It is not permissible to place or install any material on or in place of any window glazing that casts a glare on other vehicles on the highway.

Only the top 75mm of the front windshield may be tinted. If the rear window is deeply tinted to limit visibility to the rear, both left and right side mirrors must be fitted and functioning. It is not permissible to apply a plastic film or a substance to the windshield, or side or rear windows that reduces the transmission of light below the minimum level prescribed, or that causes a reflection of light above the maximum level prescribed. It is not permissible to equip a motor vehicle with glass of the type that transmits light in only one direction. This does not apply to replacement of glazing installed by the manufacturer. Clear un-tinted frost shields are permitted as long as they do not impair the safe operation of the motor vehicle. A windshield may be equipped with clear un-tinted frost shields.

A windshield or window must not be tinted in a way that prevents the safe operation of the vehicle. Windshields and windows to the direct left or right of the driver’s seat may not be coated with any color spray or other colored or reflective material that substantially obscures the interior of the motor vehicle when viewed from outside the motor vehicle. It is illegal to install transparent, opaque, or translucent material on the rear windshield, unless the motor vehicle is equipped with outside rear view mirrors on the left and right of the motor vehicle, and the material is a replacement glazing installed by the manufacturer, or a clear un-tinted frost shield. A person must not place or install any material on or in place of any window glazing that casts a glare on other vehicles on the highway because of sunlight or headlights. However, a strip no more than 15 cm in width may be affixed to the upper part of a windshield. Tinting permitted on rear window cannot obstruct driver’s view. For information on 2005-2010 «WK» series Grand Cherokees visit   WKJeeps. For information on 2011-2021 «WK2» series Grand Cherokees visit   WK2Jeeps.

For information on 2022-up «WL» series Grand Cherokeess visit   WLJeeps. For information on 2006-2010 «XK» series Jeep Commanders visit   XKJeeps. This is a non-commercial personal web site put together for informational and educational purposes only, by and for Jeep Grand Cherokee enthusiasts and owners. Every attempt has been made to make certain that the information on this web site is as accurate as possible. Alabama Tinting of front windshield glass to reduce light transmission is not permitted, except for the upper 6 inches of the windshield. Alaska The front windshield can have tinting applied, but only on the top 5 inches of the window.

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Arkansas Tinting may not extend more than 5 inches from the top of the windshield. All vehicles with after-market tints must have a label with the name and phone number of the company and a declaration that the vehicle conforms to the vehicle tinting law that installed the tint on the front glass immediately to the driver’s left. A motorist with a medical waiver exemption for window tinting must carry a physician’s certification in the motor vehicle. The front window may have tinting only from the top of the window to a point 29 inches above the top of the driver’s seat. All vehicles with tinted windows shall have a window sticker legible from the outside of the vehicle that indicates the sticker registration number and a certification of compliance with the tinting laws. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 205. The FLHSMV shall issue a medical exemption certificate to persons who are afflicted with Lupus or similar medical conditions, which require a limited exposure to light. Georgia Front windshields may not have material or glazing applied or affixed to reduce light transmission.

The restrictions do not apply to the rear and side windows, except those windows to the right and left of the driver, of any multipurpose passenger vehicle, school bus, church or other nonprofit organization van, limousine owned or leased by a public or private entity, any vehicles with windows that were tinted before factory delivery or are permitted by federal law or regulation. Hawaii It is unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle if the glazing material on any windows or windshield, excepting the top edge of the windshield, does not meet the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 205. Idaho The front windshield can have tinting applied, but only on the top 6 inches of the window. Illinois Any glass tinting on the front and side windows is prohibited, except when accompanied by a certification by a licensed physician stating that the driver’s medical condition would require it. Exceptions may be permitted for certain windows with specified light transmittance and variances. A non-reflective tinted film may be used along the uppermost portion of the windshield if such material does not extend more than 6 inches down from the top of the windshield.

The use of non-reflective, smoked or tinted glass, non-reflective film, perforated window screen, or other decorative window application on windows to the rear of the driver’s seat is permitted, except the motor vehicle must be equipped with a side mirror on each side of the motor vehicle and may not have window treatment on the windows immediately adjacent to each side of the driver. Indiana A person may not drive a motor vehicle with any tinted windows that obstruct the driver’s clear view of the highway or intersecting highway or that prevent the ability of people outside the vehicle to recognize the people inside the vehicle. Kansas The windshield may have tinting installed above the AS1 line along the top of the windshield. Reflective tinting is prohibited on all windows. Kentucky Any windows that are forward of or adjacent to the driver’s seat may not be composed of, covered by, or treated with any sunscreening material or any product that has the effect of making the windows non-transparent. The rear window of any vehicle may not be composed of, covered by, or treated with any sunscreening material unless the vehicle is equipped with side mirrors on both sides.

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Window tinting on the windshield is permitted only along the top strip of the windshield. Louisiana A person may not drive a motor vehicle with any tinted windows that obstruct the inward and outward view. Maine Tinting is permitted only along the top 5 inches of the windshield. Reflective material is not permitted on any vehicle windows. All windows except the rear window must contain 2-way glass. A special window treatment or application determined necessary via written attestation by a licensed physician, for the protection of the owner or operator of a private passenger motor vehicle who is determined to be light or photosensitive, is allowed upon approval of an application made to the RMV and proper display of an exemption sticker. Aftermarket window tint is permissible on passenger cars, light trucks, vans, and multipurpose passenger vehicles. Tint may not be applied to the windshield below the AS1 line or below 5 inches from the top of the windshield, whichever is less.

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Windows of these vehicles to the rear of the driver may be tinted with add-on window tint to any degree of darkness. All vehicles equipped with permitted post manufacture window tint on any side or rear window, must be equipped with an outside rear view mirror on each side. Michigan No window application may be used on the front windshield, unless accompanied by a letter from a certified physician stating a medical necessity of the motor vehicle driver. A tinted film, however, may be applied no more than 4 inches from the top of the windshield and front side windows. Rear and rear side window tinting is allowed. Mississippi No vehicle registered in Mississippi shall have windows that are covered with any glazing material that causes a mirrored effect. No person shall drive any motor vehicle registered in Mississippi with any tinted film, glazing material, or darkening material of any kind on the windshield except material designed to replace or provide a sun shield in the uppermost area as authorized to be installed by manufacturers of vehicles under federal law. School buses, buses used for public transportation, any bus or van owned or leased by any nonprofit organization, any limousine owned or leased by a private or public entity, or any other motor vehicle the windows of which have been tinted or darkened before factory delivery as permitted by federal law or regulation, are exempt from all window tinting rules.

A permit exempting a driver from these requirements may be issued by the Department of Public Safety to a person having a serious medical condition that requires the use of a sun screening device if the permittee’s physician prescribes its use. Does not prohibit labels, stickers, decalcomania, or informational signs on motor vehicles or the application of tinted or solar screening material to recreational vehicles provided that such material does not interfere with the driver’s normal view of the road. Any vehicle licensed with a historical license plate shall be exempt from the window tinting requirements. Montana A windshield may not have sunscreening material that is not clear and transparent below the AS-1 line or sunscreening material that is red, yellow, or amber in color above the AS-1 line. The highway patrol or local law enforcement may grant a waiver of window tinting standards for medical reasons based on an affidavit signed by a licensed physician. AS-1, found on most motor vehicle windshields, running parallel to the top of the windshield or shall mean a line 5 inches below and parallel to the top of the windshield, whichever is closer to the top of the windshield. Rear side windows can have non-reflective tinting, so long as the vehicle has outside mirrors on each side that are so located as to reflect to the driver a view of the highway through each mirror for a distance of at least 200 feet.

Or amber in color above the AS, wisconsin All glass used for the vent, federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 205. Found on most motor vehicle windshields; 1 line or more than 5 inches from the top of the windshield is prohibited. For information on 2006, and the material is a replacement glazing installed by the manufacturer, whichever is closest to the top of the windshield. The use of non, market tinting may be applied to the windows to the rear of the driver if such vehicle has rearview mirrors located on both the left and right sides of the vehicle. Tinting permitted on rear window cannot obstruct driver’s view.

Vehicles manufactured before 1993 that have tinting prior to 1993 are not subject to this prohibition. The windshield may have a transparent material applied, so long as the bottom edge of the material is not less than 29 inches above the top of the driver’s seat when the seat is in its rearmost and lowermost position with the vehicle on a level surface, and the material may not be red or amber. New Hampshire No person shall drive a vehicle, registered in New Hampshire, which has after-market tinting installed on the windshield or on the windows to the left and right of the driver. After-market tinting may be applied to the windows to the rear of the driver if such vehicle has rearview mirrors located on both the left and right sides of the vehicle. Persons who require after-market tinting on the windshield or on the windows to the left and right of the driver for medical reasons may apply to the DMV for a special permit. Sunscreening materials that are installed or applied to the windshield of a motor vehicle shall be of a clear film and such material installed or applied to the front side windows of a motor vehicle shall be either a clear or tinted film. Any high-mounted rear stoplight shall not be obstructed in any manner. Mirror-type material is not permitted on any window of a motor vehicle.

New Mexico Tinting cannot extend more than 5 inches from the top of the windshield. Front windshield, unless such material is limited to the uppermost 6 inches of the windshield. Sidewings or side windows on either side forward or adjacent to the operator’s seat. Rear window, unless there are side mirrors on both sides adjusted that the driver has a clear and full view of the road and conditions behind their vehicle. North Carolina The windshield of a vehicle may only be tinted along the top 5 inches of the windshield or to the AS1 line, whichever is longer. Exceptions are available to persons with a medical condition causing them to be photosensitive to visible light. Windows behind the operator are exempt if the vehicle has outside mirrors on both sides. Ohio Application of vehicle glass darkening material must meet Director of Public Safety specifications.

Windshields may have transparent material affixed from the top of the windshield to either the AS-1 line or for a maximum of 5 inches, whichever is closest to the top of the windshield. The material may not be red or amber in color. 6 inches of a windshield, but may not be applied to any other portion of the windshield. Drivers are to provide the affidavit, or prescription or letter, and a window tint certificate upon request by law enforcement. Window tint certificates are issued at the time of installation. Mirror finish tinting, red tinting, yellow tinting, gold tinting, amber tinting, black tinting, or tinting material that is in liquid form and is brushed or sprayed on is prohibited. Pennsylvania No person may drive any motor vehicle with any sunscreening device or other material which does not permit a person to see or view the inside of the vehicle through the windshield, side wing, or side window of the vehicle.

This does not apply to a vehicle which is equipped with tinted windows of the type and specification that were installed by the manufacturer of the vehicle or to any hearse, ambulance, government vehicle, or any other vehicle for which a currently valid certificate of exemption has been issued in accordance with regulations adopted by the Department. The Department can grant a certificate of exemption for a vehicle that is registered in Pennsylvania and is equipped with any prohibited sunscreening devices for a medical condition certified to the Department by a licensed physician or optometrist. Rhode Island Anyone installing a sunscreen device on a motor vehicle must place a label on the front window that contains the installer’s name and the percentage of light transmittance. 2 outside mirrors, 1 on each side, adjusted to provide the driver with a clear view of the highway behind the vehicle. The use of transparent material on the uppermost 6 inches of the windshield is permitted. South Carolina A sunscreening device must be nonreflective and may not be red, yellow, or amber in color. A sunscreening device may be used only along the top of the windshield and may not extend downward beyond the AS1 line. If the AS1 line is not visible, no sunscreening device may be applied to the windshield.

A single sunscreening device may be installed on the sidewings or side windows, or both, located at the immediate right and left of the driver and the side windows behind the driver, or the rearmost window. If a sunscreening device is used on the rearmost window, 1 right and 1 left outside rearview mirror is required. These light transmittance requirements apply to windows behind the driver on pickup trucks but do not apply to windows behind the driver on other trucks, buses, trailers, mobile homes, multipurpose passenger vehicles, and recreational vehicles. South Dakota The windows on a vehicle cannot be cracked, broken, shattered, or distorted to the extent that it significantly impairs the driver’s vision. AS-1 line or more than 5 inches from the top of the windshield is prohibited. 4 inches from the top of the windshield or go below the AS-1 line.