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I am planning frequent visit to several ski cabins during winter and canoing sites lodges during summer. Most of those places dont have garage and I am thinking of getting all weather car cover...

I am not planning to spend mega bux here, something with medium quality is good enough.

Any one have recommendation/experience on a brand or make?
Where to buy and how much I should spend for a decent quality covers?
What about Nissan Murano OEM cover? Overpriced?
 

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Some car covers will freeze to the car and you will need to let it thaw before removal. That what a Google search I did said. How to you get the car going to thaw it first? I don't know , maybe a remote starter?
 

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Arent there any good car cover out there that will not

Some car covers will freeze to the car and you will need to let it thaw before removal.
Arent there any good car cover technology out there that will not adhere to the car when the temp is freezing?
 

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Mr. 3 K, 3/3/5. 5K,10/5/7
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I don't know maybe a Tefelon coating on the inside. Maybe Google can find it. Sorry.:confused:
 

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Try California Car Covers. Custom covers for your make and model and various prices and quality ranges. They're sure to have what you need. I have one for my truck and it's a quality product.

http://www.calcarcover.com/

Larry:D
 

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Thanks ppl...

More inputs are appreciated, as usual... ;)
 

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SugarRush...

SugarRush, did you ever get that car cover you wanted? If so, which one did you go with? I would not have a problem with a cover freezing to my car at all, but I do have a problem w/my darn cats leaving their hair and paw prints on the hood and windshield. Short of getting rid of the cats, I'm looking into getting a car cover myself. From what I have heard (but not actually seen), the OEM car covers go for just under $100 locally, and they're the really thin paper-type--this was the description given to me by the dealer. Needless to say, I didn't want the OEM one. Any more feedback regarding car covers...anyone?

Thanks in advance.
 
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