New Bill Would Allow New Jersey Drivers Who Suffer From Migraines To Tint Their Vehicle Windows

A newly proposed bill in New Jersey would, if passed, add migraines to the list of medical conditions that would permit a person to install tint on their motor vehicle window.

Current law in New Jersey prohibits add-on tinting on windshields and front side windows of motor vehicles, except for individuals who have a medical condition involving ophthalmic or dermatological photosensitivity.

Drivers suffering from those two conditions may apply to the Chief Administrator of the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) to have supplemental sun-screening materials or products applied to the windshield and front windows of their motor vehicles to protect them from the sun.

The current New Jersey window tint law was first put into place in 2003.

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  1. I think a lot of people will begin suffering from migraines. Especially those who don’t want to wear a seatbelt.

  2. Tinted windows are rarely enforced. Have had it for years, and I, nor any of my friends, have ever had an issue (drove by many cop cars).

  3. what about passing a law to do something with those darn bright white lights on vehicles that blind the heck out of you when you are driving at night.

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