Window Tinting

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Window tinting is a nice touch to your vehicle that looks great, protects your valuables and can increase its resale value. But don’t settle for a cheap film. Trust the experts at your UniglassPlus/Ziebart location for perfectly installed window tinting on your vehicle.

And did you know that window tinting does a lot more? Take a look:

  • Our solar control films provide top performance and durability
  • Our film is resistant to scratches, chipping, fading, and bubbling
  • Window tinting reduces your vehicle’s interior temperature considerably, saving on air conditioning and consequently on gas consumption
  • In an accident, the film holds broken glass together, reducing the risk of injury
  • Tinted windows reflect light and increase your privacy while hiding vehicle contents from sight
  • Tinted windows reduce the glare from the headlights of oncoming vehicles
  • Our film blocks most UVA and UVB rays, protecting your skin as well as your vehicle’s fabric and leather

Window Tinting Laws

We can also advise you on regulations on how dark your tinting can be, which varies from one province to another and may change at any time. While it is preferable to contact your local police to know the regulations in effect in your province, please see the chart below.

Automotive Window Tinting Regulations in Canada

Province Windshield Front Doors Rear Doors Back Window More information
Alberta Not Allowed Not Allowed No restrictions No restrictions Alberta - Window Tint Exemptions
British Columbia Strip Width: 7.5 cm max.
Must be applied to the top part of the windshield
Not Allowed No restrictions.
Any tint darkness is allowed if vehicle has both left and right side rear view mirrors
No restrictions British Columbia - Window Tint Regulations
Manitoba Strip Width: 1.27 cm max.
Must be applied to the top part of the windshield
50% opacity 35% opacity 30% opacity Manitoba - Window Tint Regulations
New Brunswick 70% opacity 70% opacity No restrictions No restrictions New Brunswick - Window Tint Regulations
Newfoundland
And
Labrador
Not Allowed Not Allowed No restrictions No restrictions Newfounland and Labrador - Window Tint Regulations
NW Territories Not Allowed Not Allowed No restrictions No restrictions Northwest Territories - Window Tint Regulations
Nova Scotia Not Allowed Not Allowed No restrictions No restrictions Nova Scotia - Window Tint Regulations
Nunavut Not Allowed Not Allowed No restrictions No restrictions Nunavut - Window Tint Regulations
Ontario Not Allowed 30% opacity No restrictions No restrictions Ontario - Window Tint Regulations
Prince Edward Not Allowed Not Allowed No restrictions.
Any tint darkness is allowed if vehicle has both left and right side rear view mirrors
No restrictions Prince Edward Island - Window Tint Regulations
Quebec Strip Width: 15 cm max.
Must be applied to the top part of the windshield
70% opacity No restrictions No restrictions SAAQ - Tinted Windows
Saskatchewan Not Allowed Not Allowed No restrictions No restrictions Saskatchewan - Window Tint Regulations
Yukon Not Allowed Not Allowed Not Recommended Not Recommended Yukon - Window Tint Regulations
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