Whatever model you drive, and from whichever make, your vehicle probably has sunshades. Your brand may even call them window sunscreens, though less commonly. If you have them, though, they're in your cabin, above each door and window. Have a moonroof, or maybe a sunroof? You might even have one there.
You're likely already wondering what the difference is between a sun visor and a sunshade. Indeed, they're both a type of shade for a car or truck. However, sunshades don't just block UV rays, like sun visors do. They also keep most of the sun's heat from baking your interior.
The obvious benefits of sun visors, then, are twofold. One: you can see better when driving. Two: your vehicle's interior stays cooler. The latter is crucial for driving in sunny weather. After all, keeping interior surfaces like your steering wheel, arm rests, and seats comfortable can make or break a trip.
Which Car Sunshade is the Best?
Some collapse like accordions. Others roll up. Others yet fold. The first run the height and length of a windshield, so not only do they reduce light and heat, they also reflect it. In other words, having one is helpful when parking in a garage or under a carport isn't possible.
The right one for you either way, though, is genuine OEM. Sunshades made by your brand guarantee compatibility with your model. You can figure out what you need easily right here online. Just browse our catalog with your make and model filled in. Order now, and we'll ship right to your home address.
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