A universal, or contour-fit, vehicle cover will fit standard sized vehicles. These covers often perform just as well as custom covers, without the expense. However, contour-fit covers will not have as close of a fit as a custom cover. If you are looking for the best protection and the nicest looking cover for your vehicle, custom is the way to go, especially if you are a collector.
Due to their close fit, custom covers will decrease the risk of the cover shifting or rubbing against your paint in windy weather. If there’s dirt or dust beneath the cover, lots of shifting can actually scratch your paint job — exactly what the cover was meant to protect from.
When we were looking for a company to supply custom car covers to our customers, Covercraft was on the top of the list. During our research phase, we toured Covercraft’s facilities to observe the nuances of their production line and delivery operations.
After returning from our visit, we ordered and tested several of their custom car covers against their competitors, and also read thousand of reviews to measure customer satisfaction.
Each of Covercraft’s materials has been specially engineered to perform in specific conditions, both indoors and out. Features include high water-resistance, superior UV-blocking capabilities, multi-layer construction, and more.
We carry nine of Covercraft’s materials: Block-It 380, Form-Fit, Dustop, Reflec’tect, Noah, Ultra’tect, Sunbrella, WeatherShield HP, and WeatherShield HD.
Learn more about Covercraft’s custom vehicle covers.