Windshield tint and EyeSight

Discussion in 'Subaru Crosstrek' started by SouthFloridaSubaru, Feb 23, 2021.

  1. SouthFloridaSubaru


    Feb 23, 2021
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    Has anybody tried tinting their front windshield, has that caused any problems with EyeSight.

    I have a medical exception that allows me to install tint on my front windshield, I am looking at purchasing a new CrossTrek but I just noticed that to install the window tint the way I need, it would require this film to be installed in front of the EyeSight, I literally have to use the firm on any area that would allow unfiltered sunlight into the cabin.

    I have options on what type of tint I can use, I know that metallic causes issues with RF, but I wouldn't think EyeSight is bothered by RF, but the tint I usually get would be about 30-35%, I don't need it to be too dark, but usually go for the same tint that is legal on the front side windows, its not super dark, but its darker than what the car comes with.

    The only things I am able to find from Subaru is when its talking about toll passes or dashcam's, those things do block view, so that is very different than using Window tint.
    SouthFloridaSubaru, Feb 23, 2021
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  2. SouthFloridaSubaru


    May 23, 2021
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    Why not just use lightly tinted sun glasses?

    dbluefish, May 23, 2021
    SubiBunni likes this.
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