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Hi, hope im posting this in the right forum ^_^

Just wanted to show you 2 pictures of my caddy covered in snow.

An ordinary morning in Sweden when you have to shovel your way to the car :lol:

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PS:The car has never failed to start ;)

Regards/Niklas

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Do some people in Sweden who park their cars outside use canvas car covers? That would mean that after you shoveled your way to the car, then, once you got the canvas off, there is your nice, snow-free car.

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Do some people in Sweden who park their cars outside use canvas car covers? That would mean that after you shoveled your way to the car, then, once you got the canvas off, there is your nice, snow-free car.

I was wondering about car covers. Isn't there a risk that you scratch the paint? On the other side I guess that using a snow brush will scratch the paint also. The snow over here in the souther parts of Sweden is a bit early on. About 5 inches deep. The snow is hard on the brakes since the "traction control" and "stability system active" warnings are always on :P

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Do some people in Sweden who park their cars outside use canvas car covers? That would mean that after you shoveled your way to the car, then, once you got the canvas off, there is your nice, snow-free car.

I got a canvas cover, but it scratched the car (An old Volvo but still scratches) so I dont use it anymore.

But my neighbor uses one on his Chrysler

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