29 Sep '14, 6am

tint

tint

According to a Berita Harian report, the Road Transport Department (JPJ) will be enforcing new vehicle tint regulations from November 1. The new rules specify minimum permissible visible light transmission (VLT) levels of 70% for the windscreen, 50% for the front side windows and 30% for all other windows (rear side windows and rear screen), the report says. The current rules stipulate 70% VLT for the windscreen and 50% VLT for all other windows (all side windows and the rear screen). This means that under the reported new rules, your rear side windows and rear screen may now wear darker tint. JPJ director-general Datuk Seri Ismail Ahmad told BH that the revised tint regulations are in line with international standards. They apply to all Malaysian-registered vehicles, with exceptions given to certain parties. Current (left) and reported new tint regulations effective Novem...

Full article: http://paultan.org/2014/09/29/new-tint-rules-nov-1/

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