Post # 1
I drove with my husband to grab a bite to eat yesterday, and I’ve got an OCD thing where sun visors need to be in there upright position! My husband’s driver and passenger sun visors were down, and he told me he uses his passenger sun visor when he’s driving alone to block the sun when it sets. I thought this was really funny, cause I’ve never even really thought to use my passenger sun visor before. But it works! Another buddy of ours does this too. It’s not as silly as I thought. 😛
Do you use your passenger sun visor, too?
Post # 5
I do if I need to block the sun….
Post # 6
if it will block the sun, i have before.
Post # 7
yes If I need to block the sun and it’s at a weird angle the passenger visor will cover 🙂
Post # 8
@LittlePumpkin: I sure do! Now if only they had bottom extenders for those of us that are too short for the thing to do much good!
Post # 9
@LittlePumpkin: I don’t, but I don’t really like using my visor in the first place.. I pretty much only use it when I’m highway driving. Its totally useful and I see the point of them existing, but I hate using them for driving in the town/city, because I feel like it obstructs my view of traffic lights and I’m always nervous of accidently going through a red.. Haha
Post # 10
Yes, I have done that to help block the sun.
Post # 13
Yes…how else do you block the sun coming from that right side? The driver side one won’t go that way.
Post # 14
All the time, assuming there isn’t a passenger in the car!
Post # 15
No, but I wouldn’t think it was odd if someone did.
Post # 16
I don’t think I ever have before… I know I have two visors on my side anyway, maybe that’s why…