Covercraft Auto Snow Shield Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
When Dean Martin crooned the old holiday standard, “Walking in a Winter Wonderland", he was obviously missing the point, being from California and all. For those of us “driving" in that winter wonderland day in and day out, snow and ice is a real nightmare—until now that is, thanks to the Covercraft Auto Snow Shield.
This car cover for snow is designed to protect the key areas of your vehicle. The windshield and windows, windshield washer spouts, the roof, the mirrors and the door handles are notoriously difficult to clear of snow and ice. But, your Covercraft winter car cover boasts a 2-piece design that splits apart in the middle, clearing each half of your vehicle with ease.
Crafted from a silver urethane-coated polyester material, your car snow cover is built to last. The 2 built-in handles per side are burly enough to drop the largest snow loads and the 6 attachment straps keep the cover secure no matter what the weather. Even better, Covercraft includes a handy storage bag with your Auto Snow Shield and they back it with a 1-year warranty.
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Erik R (Jericho, NY) — Feb 19, 2014 7:25 AM
This is exactly what I was hoping it would be. Its gigantic, especially for a little car, but its easy to fold over to be out of the way. People have said its difficult to line to zipper, but I think its not; you just have to take an extra minute to do it right.
Reviewed by Naomi E (Newport, RI) — Jan 02, 2014 8:51 PM
I really lke this thing. I did have to join the "fin" with zipties on account of the winds here. Other than that, it works perfectly. Just be sure to hook it in a way where it cannot blow off. Usually, I put the side grips inside the vehicle and tie off the others with the extra rope. I'd recommend future models actually have a closure each of the six tiedowns so they better stay in place. However, this product is exceptional and works very, very well. Go buy one!! It'll save u time.
Reviewed by Rachel V (Mukwonago, WI) — Dec 12, 2013 12:56 PM
Does keep snow off top and front window but not long enough for entire hatchback on gti. Learning curve on where to place straps securely on my vehicle. Not magnets in middle but velcro! Can pull apart with strong winds and heavy snow. Better than having to scrape while we are without a garage.
Reviewed by Steven B (Westborough, MA) Reviewed for a 2009 Volkswagen Jetta — Nov 18, 2013 7:22 PM
Installed the snow shield cover on my Jetta, very easy to install. Still not into the snow season yet, worked great in strong wind and a thunderstorm. I am confident that it will work even better with snow, ready for the New England winter.