How To Prevent Hail Damage To Your Car

Dec 22 12:36 2015 James Blanchard Print This Article

Every year, hail storms pound the country causing millions of dollars in destruction. Even a brief hail storm can cause significant damage to your car. Keeping your car under cover during these times will offer the greatest protection against damage.

Here are other ways to protect your car from hail damage.

Plan ahead. If a storm is forecast,Guest Posting make arrangements to park your vehicle under cover, delay your trip or use an alternative mode of transportation.

If caught in a storm, look for safe shelter. Options include bridges, service station awnings and covered car parks or ramps.

In a severe storm, avoid parking under trees as branches could fall on your vehicle.

If you have to leave your car outside, cover it with a thick blanket or hail car cover to minimize hail’s impact.

If there’s nowhere to go, stop your car. The impact from hail is stronger when a vehicle is in motion.

At home, park your car in a garage or carport. If you don’t have a covered parking spot, consider a specially designed car cover to minimize vehicle damage.

If nothing else, consider duct taping heavy blankets to your vehicle. Moving pads work well. During the taping process, it is recommended to do so towards the bottom of the vehicle so that the sticky residue doesn’t have an effect on the vehicle’s paint.

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