If one has a garage, barn or any area which can be used to store one’s car, they should consider themselves very lucky and fortunate because their vehicle wouldn’t be suffering corrosion, oxidation and other detrimental effects which the cars parked outside will be suffering due to acid rain, dust storms, falling debris, bird excreta, leaves, seeds and last but not the least harsh UV radiation of the sunlight. But one should not forget the fact that even if the vehicle is parked inside the garage, it still needs protection which is why purchasing a good Ford indoor car cover is not such a bad idea.
Types of car covers
These can be classified on basis of large variety of categories, but some broadly specified categories can be as follows:-
1) On the basis of usage: There are two types of covers on the basis of usage. The first one is those that are meant for vehicles which are to be parked outside the garage. These types of covers are thicker and made of higher quality material because they have to be stronger to provide a higher degree of protection against the more grueling condition that your four-wheeler is supposed to go through.
The second category of these is the indoor car cover which is meant for cars which are parked inside the garages. One should not use the indoor cover for the outside, i.e., its use should be restricted to the indoor use because outside it will go through conditions it was not designed for and therefore will wear out very fast. Indoor products are however lighter thus easier to store and cost less expensive than those models for outside use.
2) On the basis of fitting: Depending on how the car cover fits the vehicle, it can be broadly divided into two segments, custom and generic. If it completely fits the shape of the vehicle, it is called the custom car cover, and if it is for a large number of models which fall under the same category, it is called the generic car cover. However these days a large number of classic car covers are also on the market.
How to prevent the vehicle from overheating in the summer?
But there is one more problem riders have to face during summers, especially in the scorching heat. Whenever one leaves the car parked outside in the sun for a longer period of time, the hot sunlight enters the vehicle, takes all the solar radiation and gets trapped inside the car because of the greenhouse effect. So when one enters their four-wheeler, it feels like they have entered into an oven left on for half an hour. Also when one is driving the sun directly falls into the eyes and blinds the individual which can lead to accidents. The most cost-effective solution for this problem is a custom car sun shade that can easily solve all these problems.