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‘30% VLT is dark enough’

PETALING JAYA: Allowing fully darkened rear windows is no doubt welcomed, considering the year-long hot weather in Malaysia.However, it is not advisable to go all dark for the rear windshield as it will affect the driver’s rear view visibility.

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AAA: Uniform tint film guidelines a win-win situation for all

PUTRAJAYA: Standardising window tinting for cars is a win-win situation benefiting industry players, consumers and the Government, said the Auto Audio Accessories and Air Condition Traders Association of Malaysia (AAA).

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New standard for car window tints

PUTRAJAYA: There will be no more unregulated tint films when all window tinting on newly-registered vehicles will be required to adhere to the new MS2669 standard set by the Department of Standards Malaysia from Jan 1.

Letters

Taking action on heavily tinted cars

From MOHD FAIZAL ABDULLAH, Kuala Lumpur.

Letters

Give the authorities time to do the job

A letter from MOHD FAIZAL ABDULLAH, Kuala Lumpur

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30% VLT allowed for rear windows

MALACCA: The new level of tint for the rear windshield and passengers windows of cars must be at 30% of Visible Light Transmission (VLT) – down from 50% – under a new regulation from Nov 1.

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Car tinting trade slackens

PETALING JAYA: The car tinting business is at a low despite the searing heat as motorists await confirmation on the new Visible Light Transmission (VLT) levels.

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Wee: New tint ruling may be problematic for car owners

JOHOR BARU: The windows of many imported foreign cars are already tinted during production with levels that are higher than the permitted percentage allowed by authorities here, said MCA deputy president Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong.

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Hishammuddin: Workshop on car tint to cover all aspects

PETALING JAYA: The workshop organised by the Transport Ministry on car tint will encompass all aspects, including current laws, enforcement, safety and security as well as international standards.

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Curtain falls on sexy dancers

SEXY dancers in lingerie were the rave at two entertainment outlets in Jalan Klang Lama until these were raided by the Kuala Lumpur gambling, vice and secret societies (D7) unit, reported Harian Metro.