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Simple mod but installed a Tempered Glass Screen protector. The factory plastic was still on my screen and had a scratch which made me think I should get one of these. It installed easy enough but I wanted to leave a tip for someone choosing this. I used the top right corner as the point to install it and that was a mistake. Use the top left and try to move it as close to the left edge as possible. With the driver orientation I can see the screen below the left edge of the screen protector because I left a gap. I'm thinking I might order another one and re-install it if it bugs me too much. Otherwise great product and easy to install.

 

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After driving for a day or so I have to say its a very good quality product. There are rainbows and moire while wearing polarized sunglasses but without them its extremely clear.
 

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Thanks for posting this! I was actually looking at this on Amazon yesterday. And thanks for the report on the moiring. I wonder if that's inevitable with a glass protector or if the Ruiya is polarized.
 

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Did you have any difficulties with dust motes getting under the screen? When installing these on cell phones, I spend a fair amount of time making sure there are no cat hairs, dander, or lint under the screen, 'cause of the inevitable bubbles. I don't know if the nearly vertical orientation helps or hurts on this.
 

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I also had no dust issues because I had the factory screen protector up until time of installation.
I had assumed this. I do the same with phones (leave the plastic film on until I have a protector handy), but it only takes one tiny mote to put an annoying bubble under a glass screen protector.
 
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