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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by I oOEddOo I, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. I oOEddOo I
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    I looked into this as well as my car sits outside my flat during the week while I use my daily driver.

    In the end, I decided against a cover as I would never be happy with something that could do damage to my paint.

    The best thing you could get on the market for storing in a garage is a car bubble....
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    I got one of these covers for my Porsche when I had to park it outside and it kept out all the moisture. I was really impressed and now use it when the car's in the garage so the cats don't jump on it when I go in there.
    The only down side to covers is that you need to put them on a clean car.

    Outdoor Car Covers Waterproof Breathable Soft
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    Yeah the idea sounds good but in principle I would be worried about scratches...
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