Chevy Volt Deflectors

About Chevy Volt Wind Deflectors

The Chevy Volt is a unique car unlike any other. Imagine fueling up only once a month. If you think that's a fantasy you are mistaken. If you charge your car regularly, you will get an average of about 900 miles between fill-ups. The future is now and getting 380 miles out of a full tank of gas is no longer a miracle. The Chevy designers worked hard to create a modern, smooth, quick and sporty look, while achieving a very low coefficient of drag. The Chevy Volt window visors only add to the overall appearance and functionality.

For those times when your windows are open, wind visors will greatly decrease the wind drag by keeping the air currents away from your windows. The perfect add-on for a perfect vehicle. When ordering wind deflectors from CARiD, you may either opt for an adhesive or the in-channel models. The adhesive wind visors are attached right to your car just above the windows. They are installed by using an adhesive automotive foam tape. These wind visors will remain attached for as long as you like. To remove them, all you need to do is use a heat gun or a hairdryer. The in-channel models of window deflectors are designed to fit into your window channels. Every window visor is specifically molded to perfectly fit your car's window channels. To install it, you have to push the wind deflector up into the channel and it will snap into place.

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    With a rain guard in place, the car can be ventilated when parked, without any worries about changes in the weather. If they function well for this purpose is very much dependent on the vehicle they are mounted on, and the way the air streams around the particular vehicle. If this is the way you intend to use the guards, try to find someone with wind deflectors...
    You don’t realize how effective rain guards are until you experience them, and once you have them on your car or truck you wonder how you got along without them. Wind deflectors can be installed in the window channel or they can be taped to the body. Your preference depends on how much you like the way a particular wind deflector looks on your car or truck.