Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011 Under: Safety
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known gps location and infrared signals that are able to drive with caution and stop and go in conjunction with traffic lights and signs in order to drive itself to where you need to go; since you are unable to drive your car without assistance from an automobile roadside assistance company may be very helpful. Infact so helpful that you may not need to have a drivers licence. Why? Because cars that are so highly equipped with this technology no longer need you to do the driving. You may now just need a course in automobile dynamics so that you are certified in knowing how to operate such fancy devices and then just follow up with automotive cme's whenever technology introduces some newfangled idea.  Don't worry. motor vehicles will have plenty to do. They will be the ones responsible for the courses and certificates.  Well, there's still the subject of rain and being able to travel through it.  How do we protect ourselves on the road in the event of rainy weather?

IDEA:

The rain visor. This device fits over the top of your windshield and extends out at the push of a button. With it's tinited shield you can also be safe from the rain and the sun at any time. The visor protects your windshield by preventing rain from falling directly onto it so that when it drizzles ect. your wipers do not result in overuse, so that in times of severe rainfall they are  do not become worn or need to be replaced mechanically.  When the rain touches the visor the heated visor dries out the drops so that they do not fall on to your windshield. As your wipers are moving to remove the rain from your windshield that are caused by the wind or air the heat from the visor can dry fallen drops so that they do not severly interefer with your driving.  The rain visor can be instally at any car dealer or auto shop. The secure rubberized lining that surrounds the plastic visor prevents leaks so therefore no water will drip onto your windshield from the visor. When it rains you just press the visor remote controlled device or it can be programmed into your cars windshield system, so that all you need to do is press the button and the visor will automatically extend out. The infrared technology enables it to be used in conjunction with your windshield wipers or as a stand alone remote. This offers you extra protection against the elements of the weather and when your wipers are not working the way they should be. So when mother nature shows up as a matter of habit to rule the block or road you be traveling on, before you get all spent out- take her for a spin and just roll out the rain visor. Before she takes the whole lot!

In : Safety 



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Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011 Under: Safety
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known gps location and infrared signals that are able to drive with caution and stop and go in conjunction with traffic lights and signs in order to drive itself to where you need to go; since you are unable to drive your car without assistance from an automobile roadside assistance company may be very helpful. Infact so helpful that you may not need to have a drivers licence. Why? Because cars that are so highly equipped with this technology no longer need you to do the driving. You may now just need a course in automobile dynamics so that you are certified in knowing how to operate such fancy devices and then just follow up with automotive cme's whenever technology introduces some newfangled idea.  Don't worry. motor vehicles will have plenty to do. They will be the ones responsible for the courses and certificates.  Well, there's still the subject of rain and being able to travel through it.  How do we protect ourselves on the road in the event of rainy weather?

IDEA:

The rain visor. This device fits over the top of your windshield and extends out at the push of a button. With it's tinited shield you can also be safe from the rain and the sun at any time. The visor protects your windshield by preventing rain from falling directly onto it so that when it drizzles ect. your wipers do not result in overuse, so that in times of severe rainfall they are  do not become worn or need to be replaced mechanically.  When the rain touches the visor the heated visor dries out the drops so that they do not fall on to your windshield. As your wipers are moving to remove the rain from your windshield that are caused by the wind or air the heat from the visor can dry fallen drops so that they do not severly interefer with your driving.  The rain visor can be instally at any car dealer or auto shop. The secure rubberized lining that surrounds the plastic visor prevents leaks so therefore no water will drip onto your windshield from the visor. When it rains you just press the visor remote controlled device or it can be programmed into your cars windshield system, so that all you need to do is press the button and the visor will automatically extend out. The infrared technology enables it to be used in conjunction with your windshield wipers or as a stand alone remote. This offers you extra protection against the elements of the weather and when your wipers are not working the way they should be. So when mother nature shows up as a matter of habit to rule the block or road you be traveling on, before you get all spent out- take her for a spin and just roll out the rain visor. Before she takes the whole lot!

In : Safety 



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Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011 Under: Safety
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known gps location and infrared signals that are able to drive with caution and stop and go in conjunction with traffic lights and signs in order to drive itself to where you need to go; since you are unable to drive your car without assistance from an automobile roadside assistance company may be very helpful. Infact so helpful that you may not need to have a drivers licence. Why? Because cars that are so highly equipped with this technology no longer need you to do the driving. You may now just need a course in automobile dynamics so that you are certified in knowing how to operate such fancy devices and then just follow up with automotive cme's whenever technology introduces some newfangled idea.  Don't worry. motor vehicles will have plenty to do. They will be the ones responsible for the courses and certificates.  Well, there's still the subject of rain and being able to travel through it.  How do we protect ourselves on the road in the event of rainy weather?

IDEA:

The rain visor. This device fits over the top of your windshield and extends out at the push of a button. With it's tinited shield you can also be safe from the rain and the sun at any time. The visor protects your windshield by preventing rain from falling directly onto it so that when it drizzles ect. your wipers do not result in overuse, so that in times of severe rainfall they are  do not become worn or need to be replaced mechanically.  When the rain touches the visor the heated visor dries out the drops so that they do not fall on to your windshield. As your wipers are moving to remove the rain from your windshield that are caused by the wind or air the heat from the visor can dry fallen drops so that they do not severly interefer with your driving.  The rain visor can be instally at any car dealer or auto shop. The secure rubberized lining that surrounds the plastic visor prevents leaks so therefore no water will drip onto your windshield from the visor. When it rains you just press the visor remote controlled device or it can be programmed into your cars windshield system, so that all you need to do is press the button and the visor will automatically extend out. The infrared technology enables it to be used in conjunction with your windshield wipers or as a stand alone remote. This offers you extra protection against the elements of the weather and when your wipers are not working the way they should be. So when mother nature shows up as a matter of habit to rule the block or road you be traveling on, before you get all spent out- take her for a spin and just roll out the rain visor. Before she takes the whole lot!

In : Safety 



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Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011 Under: Safety
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known gps location and infrared signals that are able to drive with caution and stop and go in conjunction with traffic lights and signs in order to drive itself to where you need to go; since you are unable to drive your car without assistance from an automobile roadside assistance company may be very helpful. Infact so helpful that you may not need to have a drivers licence. Why? Because cars that are so highly equipped with this technology no longer need you to do the driving. You may now just need a course in automobile dynamics so that you are certified in knowing how to operate such fancy devices and then just follow up with automotive cme's whenever technology introduces some newfangled idea.  Don't worry. motor vehicles will have plenty to do. They will be the ones responsible for the courses and certificates.  Well, there's still the subject of rain and being able to travel through it.  How do we protect ourselves on the road in the event of rainy weather?

IDEA:

The rain visor. This device fits over the top of your windshield and extends out at the push of a button. With it's tinited shield you can also be safe from the rain and the sun at any time. The visor protects your windshield by preventing rain from falling directly onto it so that when it drizzles ect. your wipers do not result in overuse, so that in times of severe rainfall they are  do not become worn or need to be replaced mechanically.  When the rain touches the visor the heated visor dries out the drops so that they do not fall on to your windshield. As your wipers are moving to remove the rain from your windshield that are caused by the wind or air the heat from the visor can dry fallen drops so that they do not severly interefer with your driving.  The rain visor can be instally at any car dealer or auto shop. The secure rubberized lining that surrounds the plastic visor prevents leaks so therefore no water will drip onto your windshield from the visor. When it rains you just press the visor remote controlled device or it can be programmed into your cars windshield system, so that all you need to do is press the button and the visor will automatically extend out. The infrared technology enables it to be used in conjunction with your windshield wipers or as a stand alone remote. This offers you extra protection against the elements of the weather and when your wipers are not working the way they should be. So when mother nature shows up as a matter of habit to rule the block or road you be traveling on, before you get all spent out- take her for a spin and just roll out the rain visor. Before she takes the whole lot!

In : Safety 



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Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011 Under: Safety
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known gps location and infrared signals that are able to drive with caution and stop and go in conjunction with traffic lights and signs in order to drive itself to where you need to go; since you are unable to drive your car without assistance from an automobile roadside assistance company may be very helpful. Infact so helpful that you may not need to have a drivers licence. Why? Because cars that are so highly equipped with this technology no longer need you to do the driving. You may now just need a course in automobile dynamics so that you are certified in knowing how to operate such fancy devices and then just follow up with automotive cme's whenever technology introduces some newfangled idea.  Don't worry. motor vehicles will have plenty to do. They will be the ones responsible for the courses and certificates.  Well, there's still the subject of rain and being able to travel through it.  How do we protect ourselves on the road in the event of rainy weather?

IDEA:

The rain visor. This device fits over the top of your windshield and extends out at the push of a button. With it's tinited shield you can also be safe from the rain and the sun at any time. The visor protects your windshield by preventing rain from falling directly onto it so that when it drizzles ect. your wipers do not result in overuse, so that in times of severe rainfall they are  do not become worn or need to be replaced mechanically.  When the rain touches the visor the heated visor dries out the drops so that they do not fall on to your windshield. As your wipers are moving to remove the rain from your windshield that are caused by the wind or air the heat from the visor can dry fallen drops so that they do not severly interefer with your driving.  The rain visor can be instally at any car dealer or auto shop. The secure rubberized lining that surrounds the plastic visor prevents leaks so therefore no water will drip onto your windshield from the visor. When it rains you just press the visor remote controlled device or it can be programmed into your cars windshield system, so that all you need to do is press the button and the visor will automatically extend out. The infrared technology enables it to be used in conjunction with your windshield wipers or as a stand alone remote. This offers you extra protection against the elements of the weather and when your wipers are not working the way they should be. So when mother nature shows up as a matter of habit to rule the block or road you be traveling on, before you get all spent out- take her for a spin and just roll out the rain visor. Before she takes the whole lot!

In : Safety 



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