Outdoor Car Cover Research
Today, a car is more affordable than a garage. Those privileged few can keep their cars parked in closed garage where the vehicles are safe and secured. But for the rest, a dependable Outdoor Custom Car Cover is the only answer. However, when choosing an outdoor car cover for his or her vehicle, one may do well to check out the three determining factors that include…
External influences vis-à-vis All-weather protection
Since external influences like natural and artificial hazards as well as the weather around your locality counts a lot in selecting an outdoor cover for your vehicle, your choice may be guided through weather conditions that are part of your everyday life. If Mother Nature is always obsessive with you and you get very hot summers, gusty autumns, snow-white winters, showery springs or any such crazy combinations, close your eyes and go for the Autobody Armor or the Stormproof fabric from Coverking.
If on the other hand, the rains are your hated enemies like in the Deep South and the Pacific Northwest areas you can select Autobody Armor, Stormproof, Silver Guard or the Triguard.
However, if too much of snow is the cause of your headache, do not worry because all 'breathable' car covers are just what you need to keep the car dry.
Though there might be least chance of your living near sites of chemical pollutants or the like, Autobody Armor, Stormproof and Silver Guard will sure protect your car from acid rain even if you are to encounter such calamities. And then come other external influences like dirt and dust as mostly in the desert Southwest where the Coverbond 4, Silver Guard and the Stormproof car cover could save you from the dusty environments.
As for UV (sun) damage and photo degradation causing baked interiors while turning the finish to a flaky crust, the choice is wide since most outdoor car covers have built in heat-reflective properties that also provide 100% UV protection.
However, if you are serious about waging war against the sun, provide a Coverbond 4, Silver Guard, a Stormproof or a Autobody Armor car cover for your lucky Chevy. Originally designed for use on boats that spend their life always under the sun, these fabrics won't disappoint you.
Love birds, don't you? Well, everybody does so. But not their acidic droppings. Once it touches the car, it does not like parting company. Removing relics of bird droppings from the glittering surface of a racing car is almost a pain. Even if it is done, the tell tale mark will take several seasons to fade away. Most outdoor car covers including the Autobody Armor, Stormproof and the Silver Guard car cover can take care of bird droppings on your princess gray Merc.
But then there is another seemingly inoffensive enemy of the car in the form of tree sap that also has the reputation of leaving indelible mark on the paint surface once it reaches there. Here again, all the covers from Coverking will offer you the protection that you need.
Type of Usage
As there are quite a good many types of outdoor covers available online now, it may be prudent to see what type of cover suits the customer best as also how oftener it may be used.
People who park their cars in tranquil areas or in driveways several times and are required to cover and uncover their car or SUV as many times would naturally prefer a lightweight car cover that is easier to remove, faster to crease and stores within a limited space.
For such people, Coverking offers lightweight outdoor car covers. Conversely, for those who have got the habit of parking their vehicle in crowded lots during the night or on busy street with oodles of traffic in the daytime while yet others taking long sea cruise and so preparing for long-term outdoor parking, there are heavyweight outdoor car covers too.
A car cover isn't a moving garage as yet but that layer of fabric, sometime three or four, do provide some security to the vehicle. Security in terms of getting saved from bangs and dents that the fabric shields plus security from the prying eyes of a thief, ever endeavoring to lift a purse or an electronic item inadvertently left by the owner or sometimes steal the automobile itself.
Since a covered vehicle can never reveal whatever is left in it and it is almost impossible to run away with it, the poor thief hardly has a chance to utilize his skill and has to walk on. His fate can be further sealed if one adds a lock and cable with the cover.