5 Reasons To Get Wind Deflectors Today
Wind deflectors are a small but significant vehicle modification that every car owner should consider.
- Prevents rain, snow, and dirt from entering
- Reduces noise
- Reduces misting on windows
- Sleek and simple option to customize your ride
- Easy to install
Also called rain guards, wind visors, rain visors, and window deflectors, these stylish additions are not only attractive, they are practical as well.
5 Reasons for Getting Wind Deflectors
1. Prevents rain, snow, and dirt from entering
Wind deflectors deflect - meaning they change the profile of your car or truck and redirect the wind away from the window, which also carries away rain, dirt, and snow. You can enjoy fresh air even in poor weather conditions, and avoid much of the mess.
When your car is parked, the wind deflectors also allow you to keep the windows slightly opened to keep air circulating in hot weather without the need to worry about an unexpected rainstorm sending you running to roll your windows up.
2. Reduces noise
By redirecting the wind as your vehicle moves, wind deflectors will also reduce the in-cabin noise, with and without the window being open. With less noise and air turbulence inside the car, you and your passengers can really enjoy the ride.
3. Reduces misting on windows
In humid conditions, it helps to have air circulating in the vehicle to keep the windows from fogging, and obstructing your vision. However, if the weather is bad like in a heavy rainstorm, opening your windows even a bit invites an uncomfortable amount of rain to enter your car and soak you and your passengers.
With wind deflectors, you can open the windows enough to get the air circulation you need, and the rain stays out. Fresher airs moving around the cabin not only reduces the fogging, it also reduces the muggy, musty smell that comes with humid weather.
4. Simple and sleek option to customize your ride
Your car is simply that: yours. Adding easy modifications like wind deflectors can help give your vehicle a more customized look without breaking the bank.
5. Easy to install
Wind deflectors from Wade Auto have two options: Tape-On and In-Channel.
Tape-On is exactly what it sounds like. These wind deflectors are taped to the outside of your car, around the perimeter of the window. These are very, very easy to apply, but do have the slight drawback of sticking out from the car more than the In-Channel models.
In-Channel wind deflectors sit inside the channel that the glass of the window uses. As such, they don’t protrude as far from the side, giving them a more streamlined look. The potential issue with In-Channel wind deflectors is that you do need to install them into the window channel, and if you aren’t careful while installing, you can run into issues. So, either be sure to carefully follow the installation directions or hire a professional to do the installation for you.
Time to order a set of wind deflectors
Whether you’d prefer Tape-on or In-Channel wind deflectors, the benefits are obvious. Reducing noise, preventing rain and snow from entering the vehicle, and just looking really great are all excellent reasons to purchase and install a set of wind deflectors for your car or truck.