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Last Edited by thestreetlight August 5, 2016 at 11:19 PM
TFY Universal Car Side Window Sun Shade - FREE shipping with Prime shipping.
Price $9.45 after promo code TFYSUN07.

Promo code will work if you choose the seller MyTradeWorld.


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Items: $13.00
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Total before tax: $13.00
Estimated tax to be collected: $0.00
Total: $13.00

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#3
highly recommend... have had it on our car for over a month in mn and holding up great
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Quote from pokerfreak07 View Post :
highly recommend... have had it on our car for over a month in mn and holding up great
I don't find these practical at all. They pop off whenever you open the door. Who wants to mess with these things in the heat?
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What do yo mean mess with them? Never touched them since we put them on, they have never moved a cm. You can roll down the windor and still have them babies covered from the sun.

I think you either put them on wrong or your car is the outlier and doesn't fit.
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#6
is it just me or does it not sound appealing to cover a $30,000 asset in a boring black cheap looking, um, socks?
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#7
Is it legal to drive with these on? I know you can only tint your windows so much.
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Quote from newporttiger View Post :
is it just me or does it not sound appealing to cover a $30,000 asset in a boring black cheap looking, um, socks?
I think the more concerning thing here is that you view your vehicle as an asset.
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Quote from ajtavares2 View Post :
Is it legal to drive with these on? I know you can only tint your windows so much.

In California it's completely legal to tint your rear passenger side and back windows. You can go as dark as you want with tint.

Source: I emailed CHP about a car I bought, and got back a response stating such.
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Quote from ajtavares2 View Post :
Is it legal to drive with these on? I know you can only tint your windows so much.
Depend on how ... tan you are.
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#11
Love these (maybe different brand) on my Accord.

Don't care if they're cheap. They protect my son. Far more important than my car.

Took mine through car wash on accident. Assumed they were toast. Came out fine.
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#12
useful item
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#13
these are nice but it's a little hard to see through them when checking your blind spots.
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Quote from newporttiger View Post :
is it just me or does it not sound appealing to cover a $30,000 asset in a boring black cheap looking, um, socks?
Just use the $10 toward tint for the rear windows instead.
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#15
They were like $18 so this is a great price. I'm always asked about mine and they work great to keep the sun out the baby's eyes.
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