[ROVERNET - UK] weathershields

Peter Mitchell peterm at arach.net.au
Sat Mar 12 02:01:11 GMT 2005

We here in Australia know weathershields as plastic guards fitted to the
driver's side door, and sometimes the front passenger door, that act to
streamline the airflow and prevent rain from coming in.  The weathershield
is basically a curved fairing that provides protection to the front and top
of the window.   They used to be quite pupular but appear to be less so as
motor vehicles are better designed in an aerodynamic sense.

Peter Mitchell
Perth WA [that's Western Australia over here]

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What are "Weather Shields"?

Peter Miller
Port Orchard, Wa.

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