Below, Mr. Tran T. Hiep, who lives in Hanoi, tells about his experience of using the car:
Some people mostly ride motorbikes, due to the many small roads along their daily travel route. They use cars only for long trips such as returning home or travelling. At that time, they often sent the yard and covered it with tarpaulin to protect it from sunlight and rain.
It is true that an oily car gets damaged quickly, but covering it with tarpaulin also has its disadvantages.
First, the process of wrapping and unwrapping can easily cause scratches if care is not taken. If any car owner is careful enough, they can avoid this error.
However, if the car is left in a windy or windy area, the canvas may move and cause scratches. Using poor quality tarpaulins can easily damage them after some time. Covering with a tarpaulin to keep out dust will eventually cause the dust to return.
Using tarpaulin for a long time can easily create a closed nest for rats and insects. If you live in a humid area, especially on humid days, you are susceptible to mold.
I personally told my boss that during the COVID-19 pandemic, he can’t go anywhere. As a result, when the pandemic ended, when I took the car out to drive, there was mold growing everywhere inside. I spent a lot of money to clean the car.
I don’t deny that covering cars with tarpaulin has some benefits, like protection from sunlight, rain, UV rays… but sometimes, being too careful can do more harm.
If you can ship it to a covered yard, you don’t need to cover it. A little dusting and cleaning will do, but mold and rodents are very tiring.
Reader Tran T. Heap