Agree with the above. Ventilation is key. Crack a couple windows and your maxxfan and that will help significantly with condensation. Keeping the front rock guard closed at night might help some too, especially if you add some insulation, eg reflectix, to the inside of the rock guard. And lastly, in some humidity and temperature conditions, you’re just going to get some condensation anyway. Consider leaving cabinets open at night to let them breathe and avoid interior condensation, and a sponge can be handy for wiping up condensation if it happens anyway. The front window will almost always get it before any other, as mentioned because it’s always a single pane. Some safety requirement as its more prone to rock strikes and tempered like auto glass or something.