With the onset of the fall season, you’re more likely to experience windshield or window glare as you’re driving due to the sun setting and rising earlier. Nevertheless, there are plenty of ways to reduce glare. From treating your windshield to changing your driving habits, there are several ways to minimize this irritating occurrence.
Glare can be both dangerous and annoying. According to The News Wheel, using white vinegar on your windshield after you wash it thoroughly can actually get rid of residue on the surface of the glass. Just be sure to use white vinegar, as it evaporates more quickly and won’t leave a sticky mess like some other varieties.
Keeping your wipers clean is important. Not only should you keep your windshield washer reservoir full, but also periodically wipe down the blades to get rid of dirt and grime. If you haven’t replaced your wipers in over a year, it’s a smart idea to do so to prevent an issue on the road.
You can change your driving route to get rid of unwanted glare. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west, so if you can avoid these directions at a particular time of day, you might be able to reduce the need for any anti-glare action. Depending on your commute, the reroute shouldn’t drastically increase your driving time.
Finally, consider tinting your windows if all else fails. To avoid any errors in the tinting process and to make sure you don’t cross the legal threshold for darkness, always to go a professional for window tinting services.
If glare is making your commute less pleasant or less safe, stop by EZ Way Auto Sales and ask our knowledgeable staff for advice or the best place to go for a professional window tinting.