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I just recently bought my rc350 fsport 2015, i am a business traveler, out of the country most of the times. When i am not here i use a car cover to keep sun and dust away. Is it a good idea to do that since i don't have a garage to keep it. I would like to keep my car new all time. i live in South Florida. Any idea please.
 

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I find that tinting the windows (even with light tint) and parking with the windshield out of view of the sun is a great way to do this all without covering the seats. Wouldn't worry too much about dust though.
 

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There's also those fold up windshield covers, great since not always is it sunny out plus when you need it, it takes a few seconds to put up...longer if you really want to have it stuck on. Being lazy... i wedge it at the top behind the fold down mirror and at the bottom where the dash meets the windshield :D
 

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Most owners of new Lexus vehicles I know either live in a house and park in their garage or live in a condo which all, if not, most offer underground parking for just about all of its tenets. One thing i'd make sure to have before getting a nice car.
 

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A car cover can do damage if not in a climate controlled situation. For example, if it's very hot during the day and cool at night, you'll get condensation under the cover which will allow water to pool on your finish. As the sun bakes it again, those small pools of water will evaporate and leave a "scar" on your finish. Be sure that the cover is a breathable one and that will reduce this. Leaving it uncovered for long periods of time is not an option either due to the sun, acid rain, bird droppings, etc. The fact is that all climates are bad for paint finishes. Just minimize the exposure as much as you can. Good luck!
 
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