Perhaps you’ve got a baby — a beautiful antique or historic car you don’t plan on driving very often. Something that precious you want to protect. Sure, store it in a garage and keep the garage door secure. Perhaps even lock your garage door if you plan on going on vacation. But you need to do more than that. Dust and moisture can damage the paint and bodywork of your precious machine if you’re not careful. That’s why we suggest using a car cover if you plan on storing your car for a while.
Why a Car Cover is a Good Idea
Keeping your car in your garage (especially if you have a great garage door) will protect it from the water and sun. But adding a car cover provides an extra layer of protection, particularly when it comes to dust and debris.
A car cover will also protect your car from moisture. Moisture will get into your garage, even if you have an insulated garage door. A classic car has beautiful chrome and lots of steel. This can become damaged by the moisture overtime.
A car cover will also protect your car against scratches. This is especially helpful if you have kids or pets. And if you use your garage as a workplace, a car cover is essential car protection.
Plus with a car cover, your car is protected on those beautiful sunny California days when you keep your garage door open, crank up the tunes, and enjoy the day.