When a car is kept outdoors, it is exposed to the wonders of nature. Whilst we may stop and appreciate it, our cars do not. Nature has elements that can be quite harsh on cars. They will pull your car to pieces in no time, and this is not an exaggeration!
The sun is very powerful. It’s ultra violet rays are very dangerous and harmful. The exterior of the car becomes totally ruined. Paintwork of the car gets bleached, and the finish melts; the result is a horrible, plain, drab, colourless car, that looks nothing like it’s former beauty. All the vibrant colour, shine and lustre are lost.
When the car is left standing in the sun it overheats. This ruins the internal workings of the car. In addition, the car becomes unbearably hot and stuffy, so much so, that it is impossible to drive in. The driver is even in danger of burning his fingers on the steering wheel.
Rain will leave awful watermarks over the exterior of the car so that it looks a complete spectacle. After a while, the wet and dampness cause the body work of the car to rust and rot too. What’s more is that the high levels of acid in the rain cause the car’s paint to disintegrate, and it peels and gets all patchy.
The same is true with snow, only snow will freeze the car over as well. This is exceedingly dangerous as the brakes also freeze over. When brakes are frozen, they do not work efficiently and effectively enough and can cause fatal accidents.
Wind storms are a real pain in the neck when it comes to keeping our cars in good condition. The wind blows everything that has been left in the streets. So, all those pieces of rubbish and rubble, including stick and stones are swept up in the wind storm, and made to fly through the air. When doing so, they end up scratching and denting the car as the whip past, and get thrown about by the wind.
Aside from all of these there are the well known, bothersome bird droppings, tree sap and dust that continuously gather and pile up on our cars. There leave a despicable mess, take hours to clean off, and give a lot of aggravation.
However, with a car cover, none of this is a problem. An all weather car cover is waterproof so the rain, sleet and snow issues are eliminated. It is also ultra violet resistant, and therefore the sun’s harm cannot work it’s way through to the car. Naturally, nor can dust, bird droppings, and tree sap. The cover will also be able to act as a cushioning agent to the car so that no impression is left on the car itself when knocked about.
All in all, a car cover will help you preserve your car and keep it in the condition you deserve it to be in.