Driving around with bug guts all over your hood isn’t just unsightly, it’s actually bad for your paint. And, because you love your car, you probably want it, and its paint job, to hold up for years to come. That’s why you’re thinking of purchasing a bug deflector. Unfortunately, choosing a bug deflector can be just as tedious as scrubbing off bug guts on a daily basis. That is, unless you’re familiar with these tips on purchasing a bug deflector.
Popular Hood Protectors
Every car parts and accessories manufacturer seems to have their own bug deflector ideas, so there are dozens of different styles from which to choose. Because you don’t want your new bug guard to take away from your ride’s sophisticated style, you want to choose from our selection of custom-fit bug shields that are chrome-plated, smoked or even printed with your favorite logos. That way, you get protection plus good looks. The AVS Bug Deflector II and the Lund Bug Deflector, for example, features a low-profile design that shields your hood without severely altering your ride’s frontend style.
Another thing you want to consider before making your purchase is the ease of installation. Some deflectors require drilling while others install easily with 3M tape. Take a look at the WeatherTech Stone and Bug Deflector, for example. This bug deflector boasts an easy, no-drill installation using 3M tape or fasteners that use existing holes, depending on your vehicle.
Choosing the Right Bug Guards for Your Ride
For even more exterior protection for your auto, you may want to select matching vent visors or rain guards in addition to your bug shield. Car window visors and rain guards, like the WeatherTech Window Deflectors and the AVS Window Visors, allow you to enjoy fresh air without letting a tornado of wind invade your cabin. Plus, window deflectors keep rain from pouring if you crack your windows open on rainy days.
Check out the bug deflectors reviews section of our website for even more tips and ideas on choosing the best bug deflector for your auto. You’ll easily be able to compare popular brands and styles to find out whether the AVS Bug Deflector or the EGR Bug Deflector is a better fit to meet your needs. Plus, you can find reviews on window visors and rain guards as well.