|Not just to you, but to everyone else, whining about tint laws in threads is as old as the Vortex, and I know it will keep continuing forever. However, imo there really is no point. Obviously there is the law for some kind of reason. For example, say you were a law enforcement officer pulling over a suspicious vehicle, and that vehicle had front window tint. The officer might not be able to see the driver, or anyone else in the car for that matter, until the window is rolled down, so how would he know if he's safe or if the driver is aiming a gun at him? If you were a cop, would you want to take that risk?
So, write a letter to your state government if you choose, but it's not going to make much of a difference. The laws are in effect to protect the masses, not just the small percentage who "need" to have window tint. Threatening the state gov't to pay for your seats because of sun damage is the most rediculous thing I've heard of in a while. Your seats are meant to get wear and tear; hell, they wear everytime you sit down in it. So the only way you're going to protect them in your mentality is to garage your car and never drive it. There are more ways than window tint to protect your interior from the sun. With that in mind, why aren't you complaining about tint on the front windshield as well? That can let in significantly more light than one front window, yet no one ever mentions that. Why? Because it's dangerous, just as it is on the front windows.
Now, I'm not saying no one get tint, but it is a fact that the front windows are against the law. I have my front windows tinted 35%, and yes I've gotten a ticket for it before, but I'm mature enough to accept my responsibilities and the consequences of my actions. Do I wish there was no law? Absolutely, but I understand that it's there for the safety of everyone and I have to pay to play. Is it so hard for everyone else to see?