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Keeping a car outside all the time often result in unpleasant things like color occasional scratches, color fade and simple dust/dirt layer or bird drops. If you would like to forget about such problems, or at least minimize them - a car cover will do the job. Even if you have a comfy garage to store your vehicle, extra protection will never hurt.

Car cover is the best way to protect your vehicle from moisture, UV rays and dust. Plus, it will help keep your investment looking good indoors and out. It also will help you to maintain that “just washed” look between washes. Plus, the car cover is a good choice for limiting a car break-in or complete auto theft.

Car covers by Coverking are manufactured to help you to keep your car from fading and minimize the damage your Audi Q3 may suffer. You can read more information about Coverking at CARiD.com.

Coverking® - Car Cover


* Resistant to water and other harmful elements;
* Reflects the sun rays and stays breathable;
* Designed for budget-minded consumers;
* Made in USA;

Here is a link to general installation instructions for car covers, take a look: http://www.carid.com/images/coverking/info/vehicle-covers-installation.pdf

See prices and other necessary details at CARiD: Audi Q3 car covers

Which option is the best for you?
 

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Great install instructions, and it's free. I see way too many people who let half of the cover lay on the ground while they're trying to wrap what ever part of the car they can with the other half, great way to scratch your paint.
 

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I've never really found a car cover necessary, unless its a car that you don't really drive much, but i'm not going to take the car cover on and off each day that I go out to drive.
 
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