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1994 Chevy Impala Winter Driving Accessories

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Reviewed By Ray A (Orlando, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Impala —4/17/2015 5:46 AM

After 3 unsuccessfully tries, I finally found the perfect sun shade for my car. I went to 3 of the major parts store, and they were either too smaller or too large (Jumbo size)and looked pretty shitty. I found these online, which were custom for my car. Install was easy (Read Instructions) and it was a perfect fit. Didn't even need to use the sun visor to keep in place. Also the price was less than another store I went to. If you're thinking about this, Stop- and buy it. You won't regret it.

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Reviewed By Steven A (Wingdale, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Impala —1/22/2011 6:39 PM

THEY WORKED GREAT,BUT NEEDED MORE RUBBER TIE DOWN TENTIONERS,TO HELP INSTALL EASIER,UNTANGLE THEM IS A PROBLEM AT TIMES IN A SNOW STORM-BRING A BLANKET TO KNEEL ON AND A GOOD LIGHT ( LANTERN TO SEE AT NIGHT ) WORK GREAT IN SNOW, BUT WHEN ON DRY PAVEMENT AREAS WAS HORIBLE,MUST INSTALL AND REMOVE THEM OFTEN IS A NITEMARE.

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Where have you been all my car's life????

Reviewed By Barbara H (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Sienna —7/12/2015 6:34 AM

I bought the windshield cover because we have a giant tree that drops stuff, and the car sits outside. However, when the cover arrived, I realized it could also be used in cold and icy conditions. I have wanted to purchase something like this for a long time, so I am quite pleased. The tiny drawback is that the shade has to be tucked in on each side. That is how it stays put. For my particular circumstance, opening the passenger door is a bit tricky, as the car is parked in a tight space.

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