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Q: How do I use the sun visor?

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How do I use the sun visor?

A: The sun visor can help keep the sun out of ...

The sun visor can help keep the sun out of your eyes while you’re driving and prevent an accident.

  1. Flip the sun visor down, which is located over the driver’s side of the windshield.

  2. To block the sunlight from the side window, flip the visor down and remove the right side from its holder and swing to the left.

  3. For added protection, slide the extender out.

Reverse the process to put the sun visor back in place.

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