Plymouth Breeze Car Covers

About Plymouth Breeze Car Covers

The Plymouth Breeze is a simple four door sedan. The features are not extravagant, there are no special luxuries. It is simple. Simple or not, it is an investment of your hard earned money and you want it to retain the value. But the Breeze in your driveway is being assaulted by the elements. The sun’s rays bombard the vehicle with Ultraviolet radiation that penetrates the finish and fades the paint job. The rain leaves deposits of salts and minerals that can leave the metal vulnerable to rust and corrosion. The breeze that the Breeze is named for pelts the side of the car with pebbles just large enough to make a dent. The hail from last year’s storm can leave little ‘cup’ shaped dents that let that that rain water collect and eat pin holes in the top of the car. This pin holes can lead to minute drops of water finding their way into the interior and damaging the headliner. To prevent all these things from happening, you need a car cover.

Visit Carid.com where the unique Plymouth Breeze car covers crafted by Coverking and Covercraft are available for you to choose from. The unique fabric woven together to make these covers is naturally UV resistant, and keeps out the harmful radiation from the sun off your vehicle’s surface. Each cover offers varying degrees of strength and protection from the single layer UV and moisture resistant Universal Car Cover to the quadruple layer reinforced fabric of the Autobody Armor that protects against small hail and pebbles making those unsightly dings and dents. There is a cover that will protect your car from the unique threats persistent in your specific region. Need help choosing the right one for you? Click on the Live Help button in the top left corner of any carid.com web page and chat with a sales specialist.

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Just as with an indoor cover, if you regularly drive your car you’ll want a cover that is light and easy to handle, whereas a cover for long term storage can be heavier. If you live in a rainy humid region you’ll want a cover that sheds water, dries quickly and is breathable so moisture can escape. Areas with intense sunlight will require a cover with maximum...