Had the double visors on my Expedition, never used them once in the 8 years I had it. I'm sure some might like it but it was just a waste for me.bongus said:Of all my years of driving, I've never needed a visor down on the windshield and door window at the same time. I've had the situation where I needed to move it back and forth...which for some can be a hassle. I just do not see a need to for two visors...do others agree?
I think it more depends on the time of day you drive. Driving straight into the sun, morning and night like I do, regardless of sunglasses (which I wear), makes good use of the visors.Blue said:I think it all depends on if you wear sun glasses when you drive.
Not so. I live in the Greater Los Angeles area and my older car has the retractable inner visor that is so practical when driving in rush hour (make that rush "four" hour(s)) traffic. So if not an inner visor then a second visor over the door window would be appreciated.LadyRidge said:Maybe it's what side of the country you live on. Did you notice that those who like it and use it are all in the east and those who never used it are on the west, all but 1? Hmmmmm......must be a East/West thing.
Can you give a detailed description of the install...pics would help as well. TIANicholas said:Switched out my driver's side sunvisor last weekend to a new 2007 sunvisor with a lite vanity mirror (wasn't that hard). Wife wanted this option!
Thanks for the update. I had another question. Which two wires did you splice. Please describe color and to which wire they connect to on the the new sunvisor. TIA.Nicholas said:butt spliced the wires into two wires from the overhead reading lamps.