I'd like to hear stories on wheather those bug deflectors really work. If I just want to protect the leading edge of the hood, I can use that stick-on invisible acrylic "bodysaver". I'm asking if these deflectors actually deflect bugs from hitting your windshield. Has anyone ever run a test--Two vans side by side flying down a two lane highway in the Everglades in July with the high beams on. One with a deflector, one without. I'd seriously be interested in the results. If the deflector actually works, thus saving the lives of countless skeeters and such, does that make your vehicle more "green"?
To answer your question, Snake, no I have not seen any clear deflectors but it sounds like a good idea.
'91 Sentra SE-R
'57 Chevy Belair Sport Coupe.
If at first you don't succeed...so much for skydiving.