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The best car cover is a custom made one just for your car. If you don't get a custom car cover then the cover will fly off if a little bit of wind gets underneath it. The company that makes custom covers is Covercraft. They have many different fabrics but the best one is the weathershield. It repels rain and also protects against sun. The fabric also lets the paint breath. I got my from Autosupermart.com cause they give free shipping, free bag and free cable lock.


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I use Tyvek, which is a DuPont product. Check out www.tyvekcarcovers.com for more information and to find your nearest dealer. The best part of Tyvek is that apart from keeping the car cooler and protecting paint without scratching, you can put on this cover even when the car is wet, since it is breathable! Water can escape from underneath, but cannot penetrate from outside. That's why Tyvek is used mainly as a roof waterproofing menbraine. The only problem with this is that being a thinner material, it is not as long lasting as the others, and is also I think a bit more expensive.

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