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we have one of these Tow Car Shields for our '12 Jeep Liberty. Have been real happy with it. Goes on easily in about 5 minutes. All of the attachment points are very heavily covered in a felt type material. All in all it is very well engineered and built. Used on two 1500-2500 mile trips with complete satisfaction and no evidence of any marks on the Liberty.
"...NOT ALL WHO WANDER ARE LOST"BILBO BAGGINS
2006 FOURWINDS WINDSPORT 36Z 2012 JEEP LIBERTY TOAD
I went to Home Depot and purchased a roll of carpet saver for $11.00. Unroll across windshield and cut with blade. When you arrive at destination, pull off. I tow Fiat 500 and you can cover headlights also.
For $11.00 it sure saves windshields. Yes, we all get windshield debris when towing.
My 2 cents only.
A frugal solution...Read a tip last year in one of the MoHo magazines... Find a used yoga mat at your favorite thrift store, secure it across the windshield by inserting the ends into each (open) front door, close the doors and you're good to go!
24" x 72" carpet runner with rubber backing from Walmart was less than $10.
A couple of bungie cords inside will hold it taught while you close the doors.
2012 Itasca Meridian 36M
2012 Jeep Wrangler