Hawaii Legislature Considers Change to Window Film Light Transmittance Laws

January 25, 2019

The Hawaii Senate is considering a bill that aims to “repeal [the] provision requiring light transmittance of no less than 35 percent on side and rear windows of certain vehicles using sunscreening devices and glazing material.” It also “expands exemption from regulation of sunscreening side windows and rear windows of certain motor vehicles, including passenger vehicles, provided that the vehicles are equipped with rearview mirrors.”

The bill, SB 386, was introduced on January 18.

Click here for the full text of SB 386.

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