- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Land Rover
What’s the point of an outdoor car cover if it can’t protect your vehicle from all of the elements? For much of the US, that means not just wind, rain, and snow, it means the likelihood of hail. Hail is the precipitation most likely to damage your vehicle, and it’s extremely difficult to repair that damage. You want to look at quality hail-proof car covers that can stop it.
Parking your car or truck outside can be dangerous. Nearly everything it will face can damage your paint, including UV light, pollen and dust, bird droppings, snow and hail, and more. The best way to protect your outdoor-parked vehicle is with an all-weather cover. the best all-weather car covers keep out ice and snow and rain. They’re also breathable to prevent moisture and mold from building up inside your parked vehicle, and strong enough to stay in place in the worst weather. Our list of the best all-weather car covers gives you somewhere to start searching for the right cover for you.
Vans come in many sizes, but share a lot of features and benefits. Perhaps the greatest benefit, though, is versatility. A van can be configured to carry a lot of passengers, or a ton of cargo. It can be outfitted for duty as a camper or as a work space. It offers the utility of a pickup with the security of an SUV. So, van owners, shouldn’t you protect and care for your van by getting and using the best van covers?
Americans love trucks. But sometimes, we don’t care for our beloved pickups as well as we should. We leave them to fend for themselves out in the cold, or park them deep in the garage without any protection. Whether you park indoors or out, in good weather or bad, your pickup needs and deserves only the best when it comes to truck covers. A good cover will protect your vehicle from sun, UV rays, and heat buildup. It will be waterproof and breathable, tough, yet soft to the touch. It will provide security and peace of mind whenever you are away from your truck, because you’ll know that your pickup’s safe from harm.
As recently as few years ago, sedans dominated the roads, while sport utility vehicles or SUVs were the vehicles people drove because they had to, not because they wanted to. Owners took about as much pride in their SUVs as thoroughbred horse owners took in their mules. But then something happened: SUVs got better. Sedan owners started to realize that an SUV could offer greater capability, comfort, and safety. Minivan owners looked across the lot, and saw that SUVs could do almost everything a minivan could do, and look better while doing it.
Second to your home, your car is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make. In an ideal world, your car would be parked safely in a climate-controlled garage whenever you’re between drives. But not every car owner has an open garage slot available at all times. So, what’s a car-loving person supposed to do? Thankfully, an outdoor car cover can protect your vehicle against the weather, the sun, and even against accidental damage, vandalism, and theft.
Cars were made to be driven in a variety of elements, but are oddly vulnerable between uses, even when they’re parked indoors. Dust, dirt, and airborne contaminants settle onto painted and polished surfaces, quickly dulling finishes and inducing corrosion. As a result, any car you’re planning to store for a long period should be protected with an indoor car cover in order to preserve its condition, value, and appearance.
You’ve spent a lot of time and money customizing your car, so you want to protect every inch of it. No worries – Coverking has got you covered.
Coverking has just launched its Bespoke program which is ideal for rare or customized vehicles that don’t necessarily fit underneath a standard cover. You can order a perfect fitting custom-made cover for your pride and joy. To get that perfect fit, Coverking uses specialized scanners to take 3D measurements of your car. Once the measurements have been taken, you can get your cover within a week of ordering it. And the price is pretty reasonable too, boasting a base price of $900. There are options when it comes to fabrics and colors, and there are different custom piping, embroidery, and logos to choose from.
If you’re interested in Coverking’s Bespoke program, visit the website for more information. And be sure to check out the video of Coverking in action after the jump.