North Dakota Tint Law
8-0906. Windshields and windows must be unobstructed - Tinted windows.
1.No person shall drive upon a street or highway any vehicle with
any frost, condensation, sign, poster, lumber, cardboard, metal,
or other nontransparent material upon, or in place of, the front
windshield, side wings, or side or rear windows of such motor
vehicle, other than a certificate or other paper required to be
so displayed by law.
2.A person may not operate a motor vehicle with any object or any
material displayed, affixed, or applied on the front windshield
or on any side window where that material alters the color or
reduces the light transmittance, or reduces the clear and unobstructed
view through the windshield or window. This subsection does not
apply to windows behind the driver or to tinted windows or
windshields in compliance with the federal motor vehicle safety
standards No. 205.
Source: 1952 Rev. Ord. 1119 (1962), 2431 (1989).
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Last Updated : May 23, 1998