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Old 05-25-2006, 07:24 PM   #11
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Couldn't they just say windshield wiper???

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(4) The windshield on every motor vehicle shall be equipped with a device
for cleaning rain, snow or other moisture from the windshield, which device
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stupid laws lol
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im safe i have above 35% all the way around, minus the windshield which just has the standard whatever comes factory on the top part
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Michigan State police will give the 3rd degree look to any car that is not in compliance with MI tint law but will usually leave out-of-state motorist alone.
What does "the 3rd degree look" mean?
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Michigan State police will give the 3rd degree look to any car that is not in compliance with MI tint law but will usually leave out-of-state motorist alone.
What does "the 3rd degree look" mean?
they stare at it....but not very hard, just a little stare, only enough to legally constitute a stare.

and that site was correct for my state, fronts are supposed to be no darker than 35%, and well....mine are 20.
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a third degree look? for me, asked me to roll my windows all the way up, leaned in close and looked in, asked me to open the door, got right next to it, looked out. looked at any writing on the tint, and looked at the outside from a large number different angles.

end result: ticket with 2 weeks to remove it and have that verified by a member of a law enforcement agency or pay the fine and have it removed. i opted to remove it.
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