Nearly all manufactured vehicles come with some form of window tint. Most rear-windows are semi-transparent, and most vehicles have a tinted area on the top of the windshield to prevent sun glare. But all states limit how and where windows may be tinted.
Right-hand drive (also called “right-side drive”) vehicles are rare in the United States but generally perfectly legal. Typically, vehicles with the driver’s side on the right are driven by postal workers and car enthusiasts.