If you are looking to install the darkest legal tint on your car or vehicle, there are a number of technical considerations you need to understand, or you run the risk of ending up on the wrong side of the law, and could even expose yourself to financial risks or possible criminal charges. How is that possible? Brad Maguire is one of a select group of window tinters talking about this issue, and he explains why it's so important below.

In all States and Territories of Australia, the darkest legal tint allowed on a vehicle is one with a VLT (visible light transmission) level of 35%, on all vehicle windows (excluding the front windscreen, which is not allowed to have any window film with the exception of the visor strip across the top).