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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-08-2009, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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After moving back to IL, i have received a total of $283 in fine. $235 in markham il and $50 in richton park.

Please can someone tell me where i can remove my 10% tint off my car or the best way to remove it myself.

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peel of a corner, and yank. then use a razor blade and windex to clean the glue off.

also you could just take a pic of your car with the windows down and take it to court and tell the judge you got it taken off and get the ticket dismissed.




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Agree with Tony's removal advise.



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peel of a corner, and yank. then use a razor blade and windex to clean the glue off.

also you could just take a pic of your car with the windows down and take it to court and tell the judge you got it taken off and get the ticket dismissed.
the ticket is not a court ticket, it is a $50 dollar fine that you have to mail it in.

I was told that the yanking it off don't always work based on the kind of film used. TRUST ME, AM GOING TO GIVE IT A TRY.

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They must be dark if you are getting stopped alot.
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I friend of mine used to own a tint shop.
They used a razor blade and 409 for the glue.

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I friend of mine used to own a tint shop.
They used a razor blade and 409 for the glue.

Good luck.
thanx, that is my project for tomorrow.

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They must be dark if you are getting stopped alot.
they are very dark, You will not be able to see me inside sun or no sun. and i can't see outside but a little in the dark.

All my cars are from New Mexico where every auto have 15% or 10% with NO tint law because of the killer heat of the sun in the summer. Most cops car are tinted to 10% to help protect the computer equipment from the killer sun.

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thanx, that is my project for tomorrow.
The hardware store has great handle/holders for the straight blades.

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