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    Me please :-)
    We have a new car without tinting and im currently driving up to 40mins each way to drop DD1 at preschool and the. To pick her up again.

    My address is correct.

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    I drive at least 600km a week and would love to avoid 'truckers tan'. My address is correct and it will fit my car.

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    Me please. Fits my car, address is correct. I drive 600km min a week.

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    I'd love to give this a whirl. I travel in traffic every day for work in Sydney and have fair skin.

    My address is correct and I have checked to make sure my car is compatible

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    Thanks everybody!

    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    I'm curious if it meets safety standards. I know the front side windows can't exceed a certain degree of tinting. Dp is a licensing inspector so I will check to see what his thoughts are on it later. Im interested in it either way. We have one car that has the highest tinting and one that has none so I can still use it either way.
    For the safety standards, the creator came back with the following response:

    Quite early on in the design process, we brought the shade prototype to the VicRoads headquarters in Melbourne to get their thoughts on it, and although they saw no major problems with the shade (it's exempt from tinting regulations as it is not attached to the window glass), they provided us with copies of relevant road safety regulations which we have used as guides in its development.
    We have sized the sun shade for a slightly taller than average person but we do advise drivers to be careful to check that they have a clear view of side traffic under the shade for safe driving.
    If you are exceptionally tall and find that the shade obscures your view of traffic, even after adjusting the seat height, we do ask that you contact us for a full refund (if you have purchased it!).
    For safety reasons, the sun shade also does not cover the front portion of the side window (the car's visor can be flipped over to cover this area) - this area is left clear as we sometimes need to look upwards at traffic signals and street signs.

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    I asked dp and he said he's unsure himself.

    It sounds like they did their homework though.☺

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    I'd love to review - we are going on a 20 hour return road trip in April so this would be perfect!

    Address is correct and it is compatible with our car 😃

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    I would absolutely LOVE to trial this product. I live about 20kms out of the nearest town and my new (secondhand) car doesn't have tinted windows. I'm not used to the glare and it is driving me crazy. I'd love to see if using the Joopy sun shade would save me from having to get my windows tinted before next summer!

    My address is correct and my car is compatible

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    We are travelling Australia at the moment I'd love to try them my car is compatible and my address is correct

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    I would love to review this. Being short I love anything that could block the sun from glaring in my eyes. Also as I've had skin cancer already the added protection will be a bonus! I have checked and my car is compatible.
    Address is correct.


 

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