Whatever brand and model you drive, your vehicle probably has sunshades. Your make might even call them window sunscreens, though the name's not as common. If you do have them, though, they're above each door and window in your cabin. If you have a moonroof or a sunroof, you might even have one there.
There's a difference between sun visors and sunshades, though. Yes, they're both a type of shade for a vehicle's interior. However, unlike sun visors, sunshades don't just block ultraviolet rays. They also keep much of their heat from overwarming your interior.
The obvious benefits here are twofold. For one, you can see better while driving. Secondly, your vehicle's interior can stay a little cooler. The latter is important for trips on sunny days. After all, keeping surfaces like those of your steering wheel, arm rests, and seats comfortable can make or break a ride.
Sunshades come in many varieties. Some roll up. Others collapse like accordions. Others yet fold. The second kind runs the height and length of a windshield, so it can both reduce light and heat and help reflect it. In other words, having one of these is helpful when you can't park in a garage or under a carport.
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