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UV Protection For Your Vehicle

You may love the Florida sunshine, but your vehicle isn’t a huge fan. Just like UV rays can cause damage to your skin over time, they can also cause damage to many different surfaces of your vehicle. Both plastics and rubbers become dry, discolored, and crack. Exterior paint can also become discolored and oxidize quicker in the heat.


Not only do these UV rays leave a lasting impact on your vehicle, but they also make it insufferably hot inside the car, reaching temperatures between 150℉ and 200℉. Here are a few ways that you can protect your ride from the sun’s harsh rays this summer, and stay a little cooler in the process.



How to Stop UV Damage on your Vehicle