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(a)(1) As used in this section, “sedan ” means a motor vehicle that:
(A) Has been licensed as an automobile for hire under § 27-14-601(a)(2);
(B) Accommodates a minimum of three (3) rear passengers; and
(C) Is chauffeur-driven.
(2) A sedan is not a taxicab or van.
(b) A sedan that is licensed as an automobile for hire may have the following window tinting:
(1) On the rear passenger doors of the motor vehicle, tinting that results in at least fifteen percent (15%) net light transmission, and on the rear windshield of the motor vehicle, tinting that results in at least ten percent (10%) net light transmission;
(2) A strip of window tinting material applied to the top edge of the front windshield, known in the industry as an “eyebrow”, if the tinting results in at least ten percent (10%) net light transmission; and
(3) Window tinting on the front passenger doors that results in at least twenty-five percent (25%) net light transmission.
(c) A sedan in compliance with this section is exempt from § 27-37-306.
(d)(1) Except as provided under subdivision (d)(2) of this section, a person or entity that owns a sedan with window tinting under this section shall remove the tinting allowed under this section and return it to compliance with § 27-37-306 when the sedan is:
(A) Sold to another person or entity that is not in the business of renting automobiles for hire; and
(B) No longer expected to be used as a sedan for hire.
(2) If the window tinting is not a film but an actual tinting of the glass, subsection (d)(1) of this section does not apply.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Code Title 27. Transportation § 27-37-307. Window tinting on chauffeur-driven sedans - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-27-transportation/ar-code-sect-27-37-307/
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