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If you will search the forum you will find lots of threads about covers. I believe the general consensus is that covers are more trouble than they are worth, and don't hold up very well. Some covers actually cause scuffing of the RV finish. That said, we store our moho in covered storage (roof), so we have never tried an actual cover.
Sarah (RVM69), Hubby, and Harry the RVin' Dog
.......2012 Fleetwood Bounder 33C | 2012 Jeep Wrangler
As noted above, covered storage is the best way to go. Other cover problems include trying to get it up on the roof, where to store it when off in your RV, the RV may wear holes in the cover, some give no access to the RV with the cover on...
2014 American Eagle 45T
Pulling a Honda CRV
Covered storage is the way to go. Saves a lot of weathering of the RV.
The canvas covers are a real pain to get on and off.
__________________ Amateur Radio Operator (KE5DFR)|Full-Time! - 2012 6.7L Ford Crew Cab Dually -2013 HitchHiker Champagne 38RLRSB - Travel with one Standard Schnauzer and one small Timneh African Gray Parrot
covers are great if youre going to wash/wax/clean the RV before installing. Otherwise you are covering "dirt & debris" which gets embedded in the cover and will eventually scratch the RV you are trying to protect.