Ever consider moderate tint, and then sunglasses? You can get varying shades of "shades", and then be able to flip them up or peer over them as required for a quick look out the side windows. Seems safer than a dangerous level of tint.
Somebody crashed into me. When my neck whiplashed, my vertebras slid forward and are now pinching some vain that goes to my brain. That's what is causing my headaches, which then causes my light sensitivity.
It started Feb 2nd after the accident, so I'm still trying to figure everything out. I see my chiropractor 4 times a week, I've seen a neurologist, and I get my second MRI this weekend.
The headache-causing light gets worse as the day goes by, and by night... Even my computer charger light (the little green one on the charger brick) bothers my eyes.
I'm nearly blind without glasses, and I'm trying to get the 'perfect fit' contacts, but I have football shaped eyes.
I have to put my hand over my eyes if someone uses their brake lights at night, even with sunglasses on.
My rearview mirror is always dimmed, too.
Now that you all know... That's why moderate tint is just not gunna cut it.
Also, my chiropractor put me on a 6month recovery program. I'm a full-time student and go to two separate colleges. I drive about 100miles a day, so my car is important to me.
I spend so much time in my car, I want it to look nice, sound nice, and be comfortable. That's why I joined this forum