If you park your car under trees like I do and the birds are crapping all over the
place, well you could cut down the trees but I like the oxygen and shade, so why not try a car cover, you could just hide you car from the elements, they're pretty easy to put on.
- If you're going to buy a cover for your car, you need to know which one to get and that depends on what are you planning on doing with the cover
For example this is a very lightweight cover, hardly weighs anything, This thing, it's not going to go through strong weather for very long, other people who bought it said, oh I loved it at first but after 3 or 4 months it got rips and tears and it even started leaking if it was in an area where it rained a lot, even though it says it's water proof, over time this thin stuff is going to crack and leak, and that's just the way it goes if you're buying a $24 car cover.
- Now lets say you got a car that you're storing indoors in a garage
It perfect for that it will keep all the dust and everything out, there's nothing wrong with that, or lets say you're going camping or going to a friends house out in the woods that has trees everywhere, you can just leave it in your trunk and then put in on and use it every once in a while, it's not some permanent car cover you can
buy that's going to last for years and years, it's just too thin, which is perfect if you just want to throw something in your trunk that doesn't take up much space, doesn't weigh much, then you can use it in emergency situations, or like I said indoors.
- If want a serious one there you're going to leave a car outdoors for extended periods of time
you're going to have to buy a winter thick car cover one if you really want it to last, now if you want a serious car cover, you're
starting pretty much $150 and up for a decent