Rain Door Visor Available for all cars

Rain guards or door visors are often called as wind deflectors, because of multiple purposes they solve. While they're one among the cheaper accessories that get installed on cars, rain guards are highly underrated considering their wide practical usage. Before talking about the advantages and drawbacks of rain guards or door visors, let’s first understand their types.

Door Visor for all cars

Automaze Rain Door Visor available for all cars details as under:-

  1. Maruti Suzuki Baleno
  2. Hyundai Elite i20
  3. Toyota Fortuner
  4. Honda WR-V
  5. Mahindra Bolero
  6. Tata Nexon
  7. Kia Seltos
  8. MG Hector
  9. Tata Harrier
  10. Hyundai Creta & Etc.


  • Door Visors enables natural air circulation inside the car while preventing rain, dirt and other external pollutants from entering inside the car
  • Helps to reduce heat build-up in parked vehicles by allowing windows to be partially opened.
  • Easy to install with included 3M branded tape
  • Comes With Luxury Stainless Steel Chrome Trim On the Edge To Match The Original Chrome Trim On The Window.
  • Product is packed in Wooden Crate to avoid in-transit damage and comes with 6 months warranty against fading of chrome liner.

Rain guards are often of various types depending upon their mode of installation and appearance and feel. While there are in-channel rain guards that fir into the channels of the doors/windows, more popular are stick-on rain guards which will be fixed/stuck on to the door frame with the assistance of 3M tape. While both work well, stick-ons are preferred thanks to their easy availability and variety. These days, even manufacturers themselves sell authorized rain guards for all their vehicles.

Apart from the type of installation, rain guards can be of different sizes, shapes and material. While rain guards can have a chrome finish, plastic-finish ones are generally preferred. They also are available different sizes, obviously depending upon cars, but depending upon their arch diameter also. While some remain on the brink of the car’s bodywork, there are others that stick out abruptly. It is however advised to travel for those that remain closer to the car’s body since they are doing not pose an aerodynamic threat to the car.

Some of the advantages of rain door visor are:
  • Rain door visor don’t allow raindrops to fall inside the car’s cabin, therefore keeping the car dry.
  • They also work as side sun-visors.
  • With the rain guards installed, windows are often rolled slightly down for fresh air to seep in inside the cabin even when it rains.
  • With the rain guards on, one can keep the windows rolled down a touch during summers to stop atmospheric phenomenon and keep the car relatively cool.
  • They also act as wind deflectors thereby reducing wind noise inside the car when driving at high speeds.
  • Rain guards can beautify a car’s exteriors as well.

Some of the disadvantages of rain guards are:

  • It needs some precision to paste stick-on rain guards as they are generally available in particular shapes for particular cars. Improper installation might not serve the intended purpose.
  • Poor design can't only ruin the car’s look and an appeal, it also can hamper the dynamics of the vehicle.

How to Install Door Visor

How to Install door visor in car

Most commercially available door visors are quite easy to put in and maybe wiped out minutes. Depending on the sort of the door visor, it can either be slid into the channel of the window or also can be stuck to the lip of the window using strong industrial-grade tape. Some door visors accompany flaps which will be snapped right into the place. Since the door visors are usually manufactured for particular vehicles and trims, there's generally no mismatch within the sizes and therefore the procedure is sort of smooth.