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Q: How do you use the sun visors?

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How do you use the sun visors?

A: Using the sun visors in your car allows you...

Using the sun visors in your car allows you to block glare and drive more safely. You can also block glare from both the front and the side. Here’s how to use your sun visors correctly.

Front Glare:

  1. Flip the sun visor down. Pull the extender out if necessary.

  2. Flip it up when the glare is gone.

Side Glare:

  1. Flip the sun visor down.

  2. Unlatch the right side (or left if using it on the passenger side).

  3. Swivel the sun visor to the side so it is against the window/door area.

  4. Slide out the extender if necessary.

  5. Replace the sun visor when the glare goes away.

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