Don’t you just hate it when you’re driving along in your truck, car or SUV, wanting and needing to open your windows for some fresh air because it’s hot and stuffy inside your vehicle, but it’s either raining or snowing outside and an open window means you’ll get wet? Or maybe you want a cigarette – yes, we all know smoking is bad for you but some of us still do it — and we don’t want the smell of smoke to remain in the vehicle, but if we open the window during bad weather, we’re bound to get wet. A vent visor/window defector takes care of your problem!
A vent visor — also commonly known as a rain guard, rain visor, window visor, or window deflector – protects you and the interior of your car, truck or SUV from wet weather, by deflecting rain, snow, sleet, wind and hail away from the windows of your vehicle, thus allowing you to keep your windows open even in inclement weather. A vent visor also helps you save on fuel costs and improves gas mileage because you don’t have to run your air conditioner to keep yourself comfortable every time it rains in summer. A vent visor also improves gas mileage because of the way window deflectors are able to aerodynamically deflect wind (like an airplane wing) to minimize the wind resistance known as “drag” that impedes your vehicles forward motion.
VENT VISOR INSTALLATION
All TruckChamp vent visors are easy to install. Our Snap Inzl rain guards simply insert into your window channel, with no taping required and no risk to any painted surfaces. Our Tape-Onz Vent Visor uses automotive grade adhesive. The Putco Chrome Vent Visors are chrome window visors with a no-drill application that uses automotive-grade 3M tape and takes only minutes.
WINDOW VISOR SUMMARY
A vent visor is a low-cost, attractive car, truck or SUV accessory that is super easy to install and adds to your vehicles appearance and functionality and provides a significant number of advantages . . . namely that you can comfortably drive with your vehicle windows open in all kinds of weather, enjoying the benefits of fresh air driving — cooling breezes, no need to use a/c, no window fogging, better gas mileage, keeps you awake and alert, etc. etc. — without any of the usual drawbacks of driving with your windows open such as wind, rain, hail, sleet, snow, and road noise coming in your windows and disturbing your ride and the pleasures of driving.