Reviewed By Pete S (WESTCLIFFE, CO) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Explorer —7/1/2015 3:52 AM
Have had Weather Tech side window deflectors on other cars easy to install. My wife loves them keeps her car from baking in the sun when she's at work.
Reviewed By Mark K (RUMFORD, RI) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda Civic —6/24/2015 12:52 PM
I received my bug shield delivery date as promised. Very easy to put on, found no possible benefit for the stick on guards though, didn't bother using. Looks very good on the car. Time will tell for performance and durability. Hopefully it will protect my hood and the $700 I spent to get it painted for paintchips on it. Price seems to be a little high for what I got, but, I'm not complaining, your price was about the same as everybody else who sells this.
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