How to Apply for Tint License or Permit in Nigeria

Apply for Tint License or Permit in Nigeria By Yourself

  • To apply for a Tint License or Permit in person, the applicant needs to go to the office or the Nigerian Police Force.
  • Contact details and address for the Nigerian Police Force can be found on this contact information link

  • Visit the office to obtain an application form to obtain the Tint License of Permit from the department responsible.
  • Be sure to have all the required documents under the “Required Documents” section of this page.
  • Fill out the application form and attach the supporting documents (as required) together with the completed application.
  • After that, you must submit the application to the authority in charge within the offices. Make sure you pay the appropriate fees as directed by officials.
  • Following submission, the application and the documents attached will be presented to be verified and validated.
  • If they find that the required requirements are in order The officials will then continue to complete the necessary actions.
  • When all the required steps have been completed and the permit/license is available for collection You will be informed by email or telephone and asked to pick up the license.
  • You can also verify the status of your application by contact your local Police Command to which you submitted your application.

Application Online

  • To apply for a Tint permits or licenses online, applicants need go to the website below to application online
  • If you’re already registered, type in your email and the application ID in the respective fields and then click “Login” link.
  • If not, you can fill out the application form that is located on the right hand side, and then click “Sign up” to register.
  • A pop-up with your applicant ID will appear on the right. Take note of it, press the “ok” button, and then proceed.
  • Then, enter your email address and your application ID in the appropriate fields and then click the “login” click.
  • Click on the Bio-Registration link, and fill out the Bio-Data form after logging in. Provide details about the vehicle you’d like to get an approved Tinted Permit.
  • After you have completed the form, click “submit” to submit. The registration page for your vehicle will be displayed then you can complete it, and then click the “submit” to submit.
  • A completed application will appear and you can click the “print” option to print the print and hit the “finish” to close the application.
  • After receiving the application the application along with additional documents must be inspected.
  • You can verify the status of your application using the table on the home page in your user account.
  • After the application has been accepted, you can take the print-out and take it to your local Police Command, to capture your biometrics as well as collect the Tinted Permit Certificate.
  • Contact details and address for the Nigerian Police Force can be located in the next contact page

Documents Required For Apply for Tint License

  • The completed application form
  • Vehicle Licence
  • Proof of Ownership
  • Valid identification means
  • Address proof for residential addresses
  • Any supporting document (as required)

Office Locations and Contacts

Louis Edet House,Force Headquarters,
Shehu Shagari Way,
Phone:+234 803 837 5844
Homepage link for website Homepage link
Contact Link
For more information, please contact us via email:

What are all the Eligibility

Anyone who owns a motor vehicle in Nigeria who owns the vehicle that has tinted windows is eligible to request a tinted license.


Please contact the office to inquire about information on fees.

Requirements Information

  • Names of the applicants
  • Contact number and email address
  • Number of registration for the vehicle
  • Chassis number
  • Year and name of the model
  • Color and color are the two main factors that
  • Car Insurance Policy number

The Document is required

A car with Tinted glass inside Nigeria is required to have an official license granted from the Nigerian Police Force.



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