The Vehicle Screen for Side Window Assembly is a system and method by which window screens are provided for the side windows of motor vehicles.
Inventor Wanda Attig of Albert Lea, MN has created a system and method by which window screens are provided for the side windows of motor vehicles.
The interior of a vehicle can get very hot, very fast. Some methods of cooling it down consist of opening all windows to aid in heat removal, placing blinds on the windshield, or running the air conditioning if the vehicle is so equipped. However, each of these methods suffers from some form of drawback. Opening all the windows requires time. The use of the blind on the windshield affects the sunlight entering through the windshield only, and does nothing to protect the other windows. The use of the air conditioning requires time for it to operate, and also requires additional wear and tear on the engine to power the compressor, not to mention the cost associated with running it. Inventor Attig has created a system and method by which the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle can be protected from heat on a hot day, in a manner that addresses the problems of current solutions.
This clever new invention is for cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs. It reduces air conditioning usage. It keeps passenger compartments cool. The device cannot be cut, thus protecting the vehicle contents from theft. It is factory supplied or an aftermarket add-on. The use of the Vehicle Screen for Side Window Assembly provides the ability to keep the interior of a vehicle cool while parked in the hot sun, while protecting interior contents from theft.