Window tint

Release of Liability

1.    Releasor and anyone claiming on behalf of Releasor releases and forever discharges Releasee and its affiliates, successors and assigns, officers, employees, representatives, partners, agents and anyone claiming through them (collectively, the “Released Parties”), in their individual and/or corporate capacities from any and all claims, liabilities, obligations, promises, agreements, disputes, demands, damages, causes of action of any nature and kind, known or unknown, which Releasor has or ever had or may in the future have against Releasee or any of the Released Parties arising out of or relating to: The Ohio Revised Code §4513.241 mandates the maximum percentage of window tint allowed on a motor vehicle in the State of Ohio. The minimum “Visual Light Transmission” or VLT, after window tint is installed is 50% on driver’s side and front passenger side windows. Operating a motor vehicle on a public street or highway with less VLT than 50% can result in the operator of the motor vehicle being issued a citation. Furthermore, operating a motor vehicle with less than 70% VLT on the windshield could result in a citation. (“Claims”).


2.    This Release shall not be in any way construed as an admission by the Releasee that it has acted wrongfully with respect to Releasor or any other person, that it admits liability or responsibility at any time for any purpose, or that Releasor has any rights whatsoever against the Releasee.


3.    The Releasor requests and wants to receive the application of window tint that is darker that 50% on the driver’s side and front passenger side windows. Releasor agrees not to hold RNB Tailored Tints or anyone associated with RNB Tailored Tints liable for any consequences or tickets that may occur from this purchase.  This would also include but not limited to indemnification and release from damages, judgments, costs of attorney fees or other litigation expenses. Any legal or equitable claim that may arise from these services shall be resolved under Ohio law. If at any time the Releasor wants to have a lighter tint installed on the front windows, Releasor is responsible for removal and replacement costs.


4.    Both parties represent they fully understand their right to review all aspects of this Release with attorneys of their choice, that they have carefully read and fully understand all the provisions of this Release and that they are freely, knowingly and voluntarily entering this agreement.