Careful with covers, they can really scratch up your paint if theres any dirt / dust sitting on the vehicle... I would suggest washing the vehicle every time you put the cover back on.Hey guys,
I won't be driving my IS F in the winter here in Toronto, I have rented a parking spot at my friend's condo to park it during the winter, with the intention of starting up the car every few days and driving it inside the parking garage until it reaches operating temperatures, then just parking it again.
I have just had the car professional detailed as well, wash and wax, the whole shbang.
Would a car cover be necessary in my case?
I think you just answered your own question. If it's a pain then don't use it.Thanks for the reply guys! I actually do have the OEM Lexus Cover for the IS series vehicle, but the thing is, to keep taking the cover on and off every time I want to just drive the car around the parking lot is a pain, and I don't want to scratch the paint by taking it off and putting it on all the time. If I were storing the car, different story.
Anyone else want to chime in?