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Would be great if there is a dedicated place near the roof line (right near where you have the onstar button), to store the sunglasses. Thank you.
 

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Will they fit on the shelf at the bottom of the main instrument cluster? My sunglasses are actually magnetic clip-ons that came with my frames and I keep them there.
 
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Wait, there's a padded sunglass slot? Where is that? Sorry....I'm a new owner....
I believe it's the spot to the right of the shifter. Mine works for 2 of my sunglasses but the ones I wear for rides or hikes are too curved to fit there. My Mustang has a drawer that pops out near the searing wheel that is big enough for the glasses, micro fibre cloth and a few other small items. I wish the Volt had something tucked away like that to store glasses and/or small items.
 
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I believe it's the spot to the right of the shifter. Mine works for 2 of my sunglasses but the ones I wear for rides or hikes are too curved to fit there. My Mustang has a drawer that pops out near the searing wheel that is big enough for the glasses, micro fibre cloth and a few other small items. I wish the Volt had something tucked away like that to store glasses and/or small items.
Actually, that's where I've been putting my sunglasses. I didn't know it was padded though. Need to pay attention. lol.
But it didn't feel like a place for sunglasses though.
 

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I keep mine on my face 100%. I have lenses that darken with any bright light since 2010.
 

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Search "visor sunglass holder" on Amazon. I used the ones with the wire mounting clip for years. They worked well.
 

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I keep mine on my face 100%. I have lenses that darken with any bright light since 2010.
As do I. My sister says in a sedan not enough UV gets through the windshield to turn hers dark. I never noticed that, maybe because most of the time in summer I'm driving a convertible? :p
 

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As do I. My sister says in a sedan not enough UV gets through the windshield to turn hers dark. I never noticed that, maybe because most of the time in summer I'm driving a convertible? :p
Every windshield blocks the UV rays that turn glasses dark. Being without a roof gives them enough UV to make them react I’ll bet but a sedan or coupe won’t change the standards for UV blocking glass.
 
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