Today, many car owners tint windows of their cars. This helps protect you from ultraviolet radiation, to avoid the glare of bright flashes of light (from sun or headlights of cars), and harboring salon and its occupants from view. Toning can also be held in conjunction with the book data auto glass film. However, to successfully pass the inspection, you must comply established norms for toning panes car. According to a special special guest, 5727-88 as amended on January 1, 2002, the rate of light transmission to the windshield is 75%, while the front side windows – 70%. By the same author: Pete Cashmore. Allowed toning band width of 14 cm at the top of the windshield. Luc car can be toned up to 100%. Swarmed by offers, Code.org is currently assessing future choices. Mirror Tinted car windows, as well as toning optics, is not allowed.
Tinting the rear windshield and side windows may any color of arbitrary intensity, but only if the two outer rear-view mirrors. Checking for compliance with toning guests spend in the formulation of a car registered in inspection station, as well as on a stationary post dps (if there is no pass on passing inspection). To inspect the inspector should only technical supervision and control. Tester, light transmission Glass – taumeter – must be certified, tested and sealed. Most frequently used instruments “Lux” and “Blick”. However, there may be used and other taumeter committed to conducting this test. It must be remembered that the device is displayed on the scoreboard in the percentage is not the amount of absorbed light flux, and the number passing through toned glass. Thus, if the device shows a note “75%”, it means that the glass absorbs only 25% and therefore meets the requirements of gost. If the device is registered contrary to established norms of toning passing inspection, car owner issued a recommendation to eliminate shading. If violations were found during testing on a stationary post of dps, the car owner penalized for 500 rubles. In some cases, the inspector may dispense a warning.