Why install air deflectors?
Let’s talk about the types of air deflectors and their unique benefits.
Bug deflectors are called many things: hood shield, wind deflector, and bug guard are the most common. Chances
are if you ever drive or have been driven, you have experienced the unavoidable bug splat. Nice! You can
stop most of those splats by installing an air deflector on the front edge of the hood. The air deflector
changes the way the wind flows over the vehicle and will carry most bugs up and over the windshield. You’ll
also gain some protection for your hood and the top of your fenders from rocks and other road debris.
No one likes riding in a stuffy vehicle – no one likes the noise and wind that comes from opening the sunroof.
Install an air deflector in front of the sunroof and you can have your cake and eat it to. The air deflector
changes the aerodynamics of the car just enough to make having the sunroof open pleasant. You’ll get enough
air stirring to take care of the stuffiness and not as much wind noise.
Side Window Deflectors
When you have side window deflectors, you can leave your windows open just a little in the summertime, let
some of the hot air out and rest easy knowing the deflectors will protect you from summer showers at the
same time. For long-lasting strength and durability, they are crafted from high-impact acrylic and
installation is a breeze. They mount using either automotive-grade 3M adhesive, micro-thin flanges or
tuck right into the window channel on select vehicles. If you have ever had window deflectors on a vehicle,
you’ll always have them on your vehicle.
- Choose from the top quality manufacturers
- Manufactured from high-impact acrylic
- Smoke, Clear, Chrome, and Camo finishes available
- Easy installation – No tools required
- Reduced wind noise
- Rain stays out and fresh air gets in