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Door Sill Plate

Door sill plate on a car is found where the door meets the frame. The sill plate can take on many forms from a sheet of aluminum to combination plastic and aluminum plate. Door sill plate is essentially in place to protect the frame of the car from wear, provide traction and of course as a style element.

Door Sill Plate with Lamp

Door Sill Plate with Lamp, Illuminated your step into the car, and protecting lower outer side of the cabin.

Door sill plate on a car is found where the door meets the frame.

The sill plate can take on many forms from a sheet of aluminum to combination plastic and aluminum plate. Door sill plate is essentially in place to protect the frame of the car from wear, provide traction and of course as a style element. Now with lamp.

Door Visor

Door Visor Black Emboss for Great New Xenia, solid and premium plastic material.

Door Visor gives the car a customized look along with solving many practical purposes such as making it possible to partially open the car windows in light rain, as well as reducing the vehicle’s fuel consumption by lowering air conditioning usage and providing rubber parts protection against the direct sun’s rays.

Door visors also help the deflection of oncoming winds, especially at higher speeds and thereby improving the drive performance and decreasing the wind noise inside the cabin.

Front Bumper Guard

The purpose of having a bumper on your car is very specific. Many people think that it’s purpose is to prevent or lessen injury severity in a crash. In fact, bumpers are not considered safety features intended to protect occupants at all.

The purpose of bumpers is to reduce or prevent physical damage to the front and rear of vehicles in low-speed crashes. The bumpers are designed to protect the hood, trunk, grill, fuel, exhaust and cooling system.

A bumper is a shield that is usually made of steel, aluminum, rubber or plastic. It absorbs shocks from car accidents.

Gas Tank Cover

There is another important function of the fuel cap cover, it helps control flammable vapors. An example would be if you parked a car inside a hot garage baking in the summer sun.

There would be an ignition risk from the enclosed place filled with gasoline vapors leaking out of the open gas tank.