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I have about 3 hours until I am out of work and on the road to take my element camping with several friends. I would like to make the interior of my Element a bit more private. Any suggestions of what this art teacher could use to cover the windows...clock is ticking...
 

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People have used cardboard cut-outs.

In a pinch one time I covered the outside of the Element with a large blanket.
It didn’t cover the whole Element and it was soaked the next morning with dew but it will help some.

I also put my sun shade up in my windshield.
 

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How private does it need to be? Will you be sleeping in a busy parking lot, or an assigned spot in a state park? In many case the there's enough space and brush between camping sites that I don't need much added screening.

You may already have a sunscreen for the windshield. The back windows are tinted, so it is hard to see much inside unless the light is just right. That leaves the front side windows.

That foil covered bubble pack is good. How about foam board?
 
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