Originally Posted by Rich-n-Linda
More "help" from the Nanny State and corporate legal departments trying to justify their existence.
Why does that so-called "protection" need to be installed in the first place? What driver in his right mind is going to lower the shade far enough to block his view of the road?
Learning this has taken MCD off my list of new shade suppliers.
The probable assumption is that no driver in their right mind would lower the shade. However, as we all know, accidents happen. Depending on where the switch to lower them is located, a driver could bump the switch, trip the switch, hit the wrong switch, etc. So could a passenger. It is a failsafe to try to insure it doesn't happen. Not a nanny state, just a way to keep accidents from happening like anti-lock brakes and such.