(a) No person shall drive a motor vehicle with any sign, placard, window appliqué, reflective material, non-reflective material or colored film on the windshield, except that colored non-reflective film may be used along that portion of the windshield from the windshield. top of the windshield. windshield, if applicable The material does not extend more than 6 inches down from the top of the windshield.
(a-3) No dealer of new or used motor vehicles shall permit a driver to drive orlavaroutside the premises where the motor vehicle is offered for sale or rent, including when the driver is testing the vehicle, with signs, decals, paperwork or other material on the windshield or windows immediately adjacent to each driver's side of the vehicle, the that would obstruct the driver's view in violation of subsection (a) of this section. For purposes of this subsection (a-3), “test drive” means when a driver, with the permission of the New or Used Car Dealer or an employee of the New or Used Car Dealer, drives a vehicle owned by him and offered for sale or lease that is a dealer for new or used cars that the driver wants to buy or lease.
Under Illinois statutes, penalties for crimes depend on classification. In the case of this section:
|Misdemeanor Class C||up to 30 days||up to $1,500|
For more details see§ Abb. Statistical compensation 730 ILCS 5/5-4.5-65
Terms used in Illinois 625 Compiled Statutes ILCS 5/12-503
- Trial: Information presented in depositions or in documents used to persuade the fact-finder (judge or jury) to decide the case one way or the other.
- jurisdiction: (1) The legal authority of a court to hear and decide a case. Concurrent jurisdiction occurs when two courts have jurisdiction over the same case at the same time. (2) The geographic area in which the court has jurisdiction to hear cases.
- Lavar: A contract that transfers ownership use or occupancy of land, facilities, buildings, or equipment in exchange for payment (eg, rent).Those: OCC
- minor offense: A federal crime punishable by six months or less in prison.Source: US courts
- Illness: When applied to different parts of the United States, it can be interpreted to include the District of Columbia and the various territories, and the words "United States" can be interpreted to include the district and the territories. To seeIllinois Compiled Statutes 5 ILCS 70/1.14
(a-5) No treatment or tint should be applied to windows immediately adjacent to the driver, except:
(1) On vehicles where none of the windows face the
If the back of the driver's seat is treated to allow less than 30% light transmission, a non-reflective tinted film allowing at least 50% light transmission may be used, with a 5% deviation noted by any policeman to measure the light. transmission to the vehicle windows immediately adjacent to each driver's side.
(2) On vehicles where none of the windows face the
If the back of the driver's seat is treated to allow less than 35% light transmission, a non-reflective tint film that allows at least 35% light transmission may be used, with a 5% variation observed by any policeman to measure the light. transmission to the vehicle windows immediately adjacent to each driver's side.
(4) On vehicles that have non-reflective smoke or
tinted glass originally installed by the manufacturer in the windows behind the driver's seat, a non-reflective tint that allows for at least 50% light transmission, with a deviation of 5% detected by a police officer who measures light transmission on the vehicle's windows immediately adjacent to each driver's side.
(a-10) No person shall install or repair any material prohibited by subsection (a) of this section.
(1) Nothing in this subsection prohibits a
A person must not remove or alter any material prohibited by subsection (a) for a motor vehicle to comply with the requirements of this section.
(2) Nothing in this subsection prohibits a
Prevent a person from installing a window treatment for a person with a medical condition described in subsection (g) of this section. An installer installing a shutter for a person with a condition described in subsection (g) must obtain a copy of the certified statement or letter from the person with the condition described in subsection (g) before installing the shutter. A copy of the declaration or certified letter must be kept in the installer's permanent file.
(b) On motor vehicles where the window treatment has not been applied to the windows immediately adjacent to each driver's side, the use of a perforated window grille or other decorative window application is permitted on the windows behind the driver's side.
(b-5) Any motor vehicle with a window behind the driver's seat so treated must be equipped with a side view mirror on each side of the motor vehicle in accordance with Section 12-502.
(c) No person shall drive a motor vehicle with any object placed or suspended between the driver and the windshield, rear window, side fenders or side windows immediately on either side of the driver that seriously obstructs the driver's view.
(d) All motor vehicles, except motorcycles, must be equipped with a driver-operated device to remove rain, snow, moisture or other obstructions from the windshield; and no one shall operate a motor vehicle with snow, ice, moisture or any other material on any of the windows or mirrors that materially obstructs the driver's clear view of the road.
(e) No one shall operate a motor vehicle if the windshield, side or rear window is in such a condition or is being repaired that it seriously impairs the driver's front, side or rear vision. A vehicle equipped with a Section 12-502 compliant rear view mirror on each side of the vehicle is deemed to comply if the vehicle's rear window is substantially obscured.
(f) Subsections (a), (a-5), (b) and (b-5) of this section do not apply to:
(2) motor vehicles duly registered
(g) Subsections (a) and (a-5) of this section do not apply to window treatments, including, but not limited to, window application, non-reflective material or tinted film applied or affixed to a motor vehicle .a distinctive plaques. or license plate stickers pursuant to Subsection (k) of Section 3-412 of this Code and that:
(1) Ownership and operation of a data subject
or suffers from a medical condition, including, but not limited to, discoid or systemic lupus erythematosus, disseminated superficial actinic porokeratosis, photosensitivity resulting from traumatic brain injury, or albinism that requires that person to be protected from direct sunlight; any
(2) is used when transporting a person when the person
lives at the same address as the registered vehicle owner and the individual has or has a medical condition that would require protection from direct sunlight, including, but not limited to, systemic or discoid lupus erythematosus, disseminated superficial actinic porokeratosis, light sensitivity such as result of traumatic brain injury or albinism.
The owner must obtain a certified statement or letter
Written by a licensed Illinois physician that said person who owns, operates, or is transported in a motor vehicle suffers from such disease, including, but not limited to, systemic or discoid lupus erythematosus, disseminated superficial actinic porokeratosis, resulting light sensitivity brain injury or albinism. However, no exemption from the requirements of subsection (a-5) will be granted for conditions where adequate protection from direct sunlight can be obtained through the use of sunglasses or other eye protection devices.
This certificate must be carried on the engine.
vehicle at any time. The certificate must be legible and contain the date of issue, the name, address and signature of the attending physician, and the name, address and state of health of the discharged person. Information on a window treatment certificate must remain current and is renewed every 4 years by the treating physician. The owner must also send a copy of the certificate to the secretariat.Illness. The Secretary of State may send the certification to law enforcement agencies.
(g-7) Installers shall only install approved window coverings in accordance with subsection (g) on motor vehicles for which distinctive plates or plate decals have been issued in accordance with subsection (k) of section 3-412 of this Code. . Distinctive plates or plate stickers must be affixed to the motor vehicle at the time the blinds are installed.
(h) Subsection (a) of this section does not apply to automotive decals or other certifications issued by state or local authorities that must be affixed to automobile windows.TrialCompliance with motor vehicle regulations.
(j) A person accused of violating subsections (a), (a-3), (a-5), (a-10), (b), (b-5) or (g-7) of this instrument has been found guilty section is guilty ofminor offenseand fined not less than $50 and not more than $500. A second or subsequent violation of subsection (a), (a-3), (a-5), (a-10), (b), (b - 5) or (g-7) of this section is a misdemeanor. of the Class C treaties and the offender fined not less than $100 and not more than $500. Any person convicted under subsection (a), (a-5), (b) or (b-5) of this section shall be directed to change windows that do not comply with this section.
(k) Except as provided in subsection (a-3) of this section, nothing in this section shall constitute a cause of action on behalf of a buyer against a vehicle dealer or manufacturer selling a motor vehicle that has a window in violation of this section. .
(l) The Secretary of State must notify the requirements of this section to a new resident requesting registration of a vehicle in that state pursuant to Section 3-801 of this Act. The Secretary of State may comply with this subsection by posting the requirements of this section on the Secretary of State's website.
(m) An Autonomous Unit of Government shall not regulate motor vehicles in a manner inconsistent with this Section. This Section is a limitation of subsection (i) of Section 6 of Article VII of the Illinois Constitution with respect to the concurrent exercise by autonomous entities of powers and functions exercised by the State.
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