No, DO NOT cover a wet vehicle. Car covers prevent the vehicle’s paint and interior fading caused by sunlight but they also prevent sunlight from drying the car quickly. The outside of a car cover is usually waterproof but the inner lining generally is not. Water or moisture underneath a car cover for long periods can promote the formation of mold or bacteria. In addition, if water on the car contains dirt or debris, spreading the cover over the car can rub it in and scratch the paint. Moisture trapped under the car cover can also leave water spots on the vehicle.
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