I've spent a few winters in Ontario myself, and I can tell you from experience (fortunately, somebody else's experience) that parking a car outdoors with a car cover on it for the winter is a bad idea, because the blowing wind will flap the cover against the car, and it will rub the paint off where it touches.
If you're going to put a cover on your car, then keep the car indoors out of the wind. And, of course, if you can keep your car indoors, then you don't need a cover. D'oh!
I actually do store the car in doors , but I find that it gets awful dusty due to nearby home construction, so thats where my concern comes from.
We also have a place at the beach so the car is there quite often on the weekends. The rain bugs and sand play havok on the wax job so the cover would really help up there as well. I wouldn't have to wash it every morning before going down to the beach, my wife hates when I do that.
I have a Covercraft for my 94 VR4 and it does have pockets for the mirrors. It is considered a custom cover because it is model specific.
It fits extremely well and doesn't seem effected by even high winds. I only use it occasionally when I have to leave the car at the airport. I wouldn't recommend putting it on a dirty car. Mine is made from the Technalon/Blockit/Evolution 4 material which is the heavy stuff designed to handle weather and the occasional door being hit against it (why I bought it- to protect from other drivers at the airport).
Covercrafts website -www.covercraft.com shows they do make a custom cover for the 94 stealth TT.
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