Bullshit, not with the right cover and enough smarts to make sure you put it on a CLEAN vehicle.Putting an indoor car cover on and off will cause scratches and marring over time. You're best leaving it naked in the garage unless you have ppf/care about scratches then cover it.
When you own a black car you get a 1st hand report on exactly how much crap is actually floating around every day, especially during pollen season if you live away from a city center.curious why people put a car cover on a car parked in a garage, to avoid collecting dust?
Like I said, my car gets covered with crap. Swinging doors, and a prevailing wind that hammers sand and dirt all the time. Despite foam, rubber seals, etc, it gets in. So, don't cover it, and it's coated. I'd rather wash and cover than have it get the perpetual sand blast.curious why people put a car cover on a car parked in a garage, to avoid collecting dust?