Reviewed By Mary W (PHILADELPHIA, MS) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado —9/26/2016 11:43 PM
I wish it would have mounted to the bottom of the hood instead of glued to the top with clips. And sit a little closer to the hood.
Reviewed By Ronald B (Nampa, ID) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —9/26/2016 12:44 PM
This is the 4th AVS bug deflector that I have purchased and I have never had a problem with any of them. The first one was on my 2001 Ford F150 for 12 years and still looked as good as the day I put it on the truck.
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So you’ve just washed your car; the paint job is gleaming and spotless—wait, what’s that? A horde of bugs just waiting to splat into your ride and mar your pristine finish? Unless you keep your ride parked in the garage all day, you’re likely to come into contact with undesirable insects. Learn how to both protect and care for your finish by reading the handy tips in this guide.
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Weather, wind and winged insects, oh my! When you’re driving, you need to concentrate on the road, not worry about wear and tear on your interior or the attack of an incoming bug. By channeling the power of the best AVS deflectors, you’re free to enjoy some fresh air and mosey on down the road.
At first glance, the question, “what do bug deflectors do,” may seem silly. But when you see a bug deflector, you’ll probably wonder how they deflect bugs and if they even work at all. So, let’s take a closer look.