4x4 Bonnet Protectors
There’s no better feeling than an outback road. The fresh air, the views, and the knowledge that the nearest Apple Store is only getting further and further away. But if you want your car to still look a million bucks when you arrive, it’s worth slapping a bonnet protector on that bad boy.
Why Are Bonnet Protectors Important?
Bonnet protectors are the forgotten heroes of off-roading. Their shape and location calls on a cheeky bit of science to keep your car safe.
Air starts by hitting the top of your bonnet, then flowing up and over the roof of your car. And it’s that fast-moving air that stops light stuff (like bugs or leaves) from falling straight down, and landing on the windscreen. This means, if any of those sorts of things are going to hit the windscreen, they’ve got to come from in front of you.
What the bonnet protector does is deflect everything up over the car. And because it’s made of tough-as-nails acrylic, it’ll cop all the knocks without scarring the paint on your bonnet.
These little legends can stop stones from flicking up and damaging your bonnet or windscreen. Especially if you’re in a fairly buggy part of the country, it’ll stop flies, beetles, mosquitos and plenty more from popping in the wrong spots. And believe us, those buggers sure know how to pop when they hit a windscreen.
Bonnet Protectors to Suit All Makes
If it’s got a bonnet, it can be protected. The list of makes our bonnet protectors will fit is about as long as the Eyre Highway:
- Land Rover
And these things aren’t just tailored to the makes. We’ve got protectors to fit just about every model of each of these that can stray even slightly off the tarmac.
Check out our range of bonnet protectors, and give your beast the mo’ it deserves.