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FLASHBACK - A Licensing officer uses a Tint Meter on a vehicle in January 2021, during a roadblock exercise on the North Coast Road. Looking on is Transport Commissioner Clive Clarke (centre).

The Ministry of Works and Transport is informing the public that the extension of the moratorium for the implementation of the Tint Regulations expires on December 31st, 2021. Persons should get their vehicle’s tint level verified at a reputable tint shop. Details follow in this press release from the Ministry of Works and Transport:

The Ministry advises the general public that the extension of the moratorium for the implementation of the Tint Regulations expires on December 31st, 2021.

The New Windscreen and Window Tint Regulations, 2020 introduces:

Objectivity with Clearly Defined Laws;

Road Safety;

Permissible Levels of Tint; and

Increased Grounds for Exemptions

To learn more about the new Motor Vehicle Windscreen and Window Tint Laws of Trinidad and Tobago, click the link https://www.mowt.gov.tt/Divisions/Administrative-Supporting-Units/Legal-Service-Unit/Legal-Notices/Legal-Notice-281-of-2020

Get your vehicle’s tint levels verified at a reputable tint shop