Enter Our Winter Car Accessory Giveaway: Win a Magnetic Windshield Cover from iceScreen!
UPDATE: THE GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED. LOOK FOR MORE GIVEAWAYS FROM THE NEWS WHEEL.
Winter is coming…and it’s time to prepare for the onslaught of snow and ice! If you don’t have a garage to park your car in, then brace yourself for many cold, early mornings of furious scraping. That is…unless you own a Magnetic Windshield Cover from icescreen!
This handy contraption snugly fits over your vehicles windshield, attaching via easy-to-use magnets that don’t harm your car. When it’s time to drive, simply remove the cover and shake off the snow!
Want to prepare your car for winter snow?
We’re giving away an iceScreen Magnetic Windshield Cover!
One random giveaway entrant will receive a plus-size windshield cover from The News Wheel and icescreen. To enter, simply follow the directions below. The more methods you complete, the more entries you’ll have in the final drawing to win the book. You can also purchase a copy from the publisher’s website if you don’t win the giveaway.
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iceScreen Winter Windshield Cover giveaway details:
- Prize: black iceScreen Magnetic Windshield Cover
- Size: +Plus Deluxe, for large sedans, SUVs, and Minivans
- Deadline: Closes on December 13, 2016
- Restrictions: Open to legal United States residents 18 years of age or older
- Winner: One randomly-drawn winner will be selected to receive a +Plus Deluxe-sized Winter Windshield Cover (slightly used due to product review). Said winner will be notified within a week of the giveaway concluding.
Here’s an excerpt of our detailed, hands-on test of iceScreen’s Winter Windshield Cover (read the rest here):
The main body of the product has four magnets, one in each corner of the trapezoidal tarp. These adhere to the four corners of your windshield, on the metal frame of your car. You can then slip the mittens over your side mirrors, tighten the drawstrings, and tuck them into your car doors. For extra adherence, you can use the two suction cups provided in the kit.
The mirror covers (“mittens”) proved especially beneficial. I somehow tend to neglect scraping my mirrors and don’t realize they are covered in snow/ice until I’m trying to merge onto the highway. So, this bonus feature keeps my forgetfulness from causing an accident.
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