When used to block the sun from the door windows, my driver side sun visor doesn't stay as low as I believe it should, and from the driver seat, it doesn't appear to stay as low as the passenger side one can. They were both replaced under warranty the second time I complained about this and showed someone, and it is slightly better now, but the driver side still appears to go back up a bit more than the passenger side after being pulled down. Further, AFAICT due to poor design on Tesla's part, the sun visor doesn't reach, extend, or slide to cover the rear quarter of the door windows when used in this fashion. Unfortunately, I drive south in the AM and north in the PM at such times that the sun is shining in my eyes where the sun visor can't block it at least 12-18 weeks of the year (mostly due to daylight saving time, would be 4-8 weeks without it). I tire of sitting my elbow on the window sill in order to hold the visor down a bit further and block the light behind it with my hand, so I'm posting to see if anyone is aware of any hacks that would both resolve this and look decent. I'm seriously wondering about getting some opaque film to cover the top of the window all the way back, but I figure it would look tacky (albeit not as tacky as clipping a piece of cardboard on the back end of the visor). However, I figure something that was actually designed to attach to the end of our visors that would fit in our door pockets would be ideal. TLDR: Sun visors suck for door windows. Any decent looking hacks to make them work better while still looking good?