There are certain upgrades to adventure vehicles, like car and truck awnings, which can make your life on the road secure, stylish, and shaded. Awnings mount to a variety of roof basket racks or flat platform racks. Many awnings boast useful features and are made from heavy-duty, mold-resistant materials. Weather you are adventuring in the woods, mountains or beach, awnings can make your trip.
270 Degree Awning
270 Degree Awnings Cover the Side and Back of the Vehicle.
270 Degree Awning cover the side and the back of the vehicle. There are several versions and different coverages. Many 270 degree awnings are freestanding (no legs required) up to 10mph winds but legs and guy ropes are included to secure awning in increment weather. These awnings come for right side or the left side of vehicle (also described as US drives side LH or US passenger side RH). Awning also come in different degrees of material where the more expensive awnings have better canvas and framing. Awnings can be attached to any aftermarket roof rack or roof bar system.
180 Degree Awning
180 Degree awning cover the entire side of the vehicle. They are made similar to the 270 without the back coverage area. 180s work well for large coverage area with easy setup. Most 180 awnings come with poles and guy ropes but are not required. There are several sizes for different vehicle applications and will fit most aftermarket roof rack or roof bar systems.
Pull-Out awning are made for any vehicle. They come in many sizes and both aluminum or pvc cases. Pull-Out awnings are square or rectangle, most have polls to hold them in place. These awnings have wall or screen options and are easy to deploy and put away.