COVERKING CUSTOM CAR COVERS

October 7, 2010 on 8:40 pm | In Car Cover | No Comments

Do you need to protect your car, truck or SUV?  Then why not use Coverking Custom Car Covers

Coverking was founded in 1986 in Southern California.  Using cutting edge technology (at that time), Coverking began manufacturing various automotive accessories of the highest quality.  They have continued to keep pace with the latest technology to maintain the quality and service that has lead to their stellar customer satisfaction. 

Using advanced CAD/CAM systems, Coverking began manufacturing custom-fit car covers.  With this product line, Coverking raised the bar for the automotive aftermarket. They spare no expense in creating a custom car cover which fits perfectly and has the fewest seams possible.  They have also developed the widest selection of custom car cover materials, choosing to engineer their own fabrics instead of relying on “off the shelf” materials from suppliers.  They have also pioneered the use of car cover fabrics in various colors, two-tone designs and reflective treatment.   This reflective treatment keeps your paint job from fading due to sun and other environmental factors.  It also helps protect the interior fabric of your vehicle from the sun’s damaging rays.  

Coverking is officially licensed to silkscreen and embroider GM logos and other designs.  They are also TS16949 certified and QS-9000 Quality Certified.  What does all this mean to you?  You’ll get a customer car cover of the highest quality available on the market today! 

Coverking gained market share and raised the bar for the automotive aftermarket.  They continue to expand into markets where quality and efficiency are rewarded, while maintaining their main manufacturing base in California, and it’s commitment to their employees, suppliers, and customers. 

So what are you waiting for?  Protect your car, truck or SUV with a Coverking Custom Car Cover before it rusts away.

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