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Enter Our Giveaway: All-Season Windshield Cover to Repel Sun & Snow

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What if you could protect your vehicle from the summer heat and the winter snow with the same product? This all-season windshield cover from attaches to the outside of your midsize car, SUV, or pickup truck to shield it from ice, sleet, snow, dirt, and heat from sunlight. This heavy-duty, American-made windshield cover is made of durable canvas that’s resistant to the elements.

Keep your truck, minivan, or SUV protected from sun and snow!
We’re giving away a midsize Windshield Cover from Get Her Covered

The News Wheel is giving away a midsize windshield cover to one lucky winner this month. To participate, simply enter our giveaway by following the instructions below. The more options you complete, the more entries you’ll receive and the better your chance of winning!

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One randomly-drawn winner will receive a grey, midsize windshield cover from with minor signs of use due to The News Wheel‘s product review.

The giveaway ends on May 1, 2016, so you have until the end of April to enter. The winner must be a legal US resident 18 years of age or older. If you don’t win our giveaway, you can purchase your own windshield cover through the company’s website.

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Here’s an excerpt of our in-depth review of the windshield cover:

GetHerCovered window cover   The Get Her Covered windshield screen possesses that essential quality that all sun-shielding screens should have—it is opaque. In addition, the door-pocket system held the screen nicely on my Pontiac G6, and when I got in, it was noticeably cooler than usual—even a few degrees cooler than it was outside.

   The screen itself is made of a canvas-like cloth, soft enough not to scratch your car, but not too soft as to be penetrated by the weather or easily torn. On each end are large pouches, meant to slip over the top of your front doors to hold it in place and prevent theft.

Read the rest of our review…

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