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I'm looking for a car cover that will protect my 540 as I dont have covered parking at work. So 5 days a week my baby will be exposed to major sun, especially in AZ where the temps in the summer peak at 120F. Is there a good quality car cover specifically for the 5 series that is easy to put on and take off and offer protection in all weather, dont scratch paint if there is slight dust on the car, and high winds? I saw Bavauto website - they sell "The Ultimate Car Cover".....but wanted to check with you folks before I purchase one. The objective is to not get sick of using a car cover all the time.

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First off you will get tired of using it. I purchased mine through the local dealer and I am very pleased with it, the price was not out there to far and it does a fine job of protecting the car. the only problem you might have is the wind because the car cover has no way it can be secured i.e. a cable but if you wanted you could have one installed I'm sure.

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