Window screens make driving a Breezeway

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Breezeway window screens are designed to fit in the window of a truck to keep bugs out, add security when windows are open, and give a driver the ability to reduce idling by enjoying flow-through ventilation on days when air conditioning is not needed, but some cooling effect is necessary to be comfortable.

If a driver shuts down and leaves his windows open without a screen, he leaves himself open for someone to simply reach in and open the door while he sleeps. With a set of Breezeway screens, a driver would hear an intruder breaking in through the screens.

A full-sized screen, the Breezeway No. 2 screen, now is available for trucks without a vent post, including all Volvos, Peterbilts 2005 and newer, International’s i series, Kenworths with Daylite doors, and Mack Visions. For more information, go to