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Old 10-10-2017, 11:18 AM
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No matter what climate zone do you live in, there are always some natural things that can damage the paint job of your car or simply get it dirty again and again. Its either snow, rain, dirt, tree branches, or blazing UV rays and bug or bird droppings. However, you can avoid all these problems by using a car cover. Advantages of this product are obvious you would be able to keep your ride clean and ready to go the moment you need it, plus it will be protected from all kinds of harmful elements.

There is a number of questions you will ask yourself once you decide to buy a car cover as the market has got a huge variety of options to offer you. Today we are here with all the answers to make your shopping experience easier and help you to do the right choice. Watch our new Car Covers Buyers Guide video and determine which type of cover suits your personal needs in the best way.

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Car covers, see an excellent selection showing. A must for outdoor car storage- 2 types: The solid and breathable (porous), I have used both with very good outcomes. The issue here is the underside exposed to maybe paving but many times damp earth.

Seems that to park the car on a tarp staked down with long nails &/fender washers works ideally. Keeps the dampness out from underneath and along with a draped down cover car can sit easily through a winter ( perfect dirt square for spring garden when removed).

The down side is covers can do a scratch up job on finishes if car is covered when dirty or often. My other car is out in the shed, uncovered. It sits for 6 months and no reason at all to not just let sit. No dust and isolated, have yet to see a mouse (release traps). Brand new cover that came with car never used. Well too, trickle charger on battery w/hood up and will not start/run at all through season. Decided it's the lesser of the 2 evils versus all those dry first startups to exercise motor, fluids and which else?

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