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Extreme Vehicle Protection – a few minutes of set up can save you thousands

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Cars are usually fine to be left outdoors. If you can’t park in a garage, the worst you usually have to look forward to is some hot seats in the summer. At least that’s what NORMALLY is the case. Then there are those times when the sky opens up and releases torrential downpours that lead to flooding. For those times you need Extreme Vehicle Protection, the complete plastic wrap for your car.

This wrap is designed to be a boon for those who live in flood plains. It can protect your car from 24-36 inches of water so if you have to evacuate and leave your metal chariot behind, don’t worry, you’ll have something drivable when you get back. And the roads are clear.

It’s easy to set up, you do need two people but you have the whole thing finished and ready to protect in under 10 minutes. Which is great because chances are if you’re using this, then you’re in a situation where time is of the essence. The Extreme Vehicle Protection is $349.99.


  • At first I said : “What ??!! Who would buy this ?”
    I almost turned myself into a troll and was prepared to write an epic nasty comment.
    Then I calmed down and used my brain. All my questions answered themselves one at the time.

    Q – “This is stupid ! Who needs this ? A bit of rain won’t hurt my car. And it’s no even good to protect the paint against UV rays”
    A – I’m lucky enough to live in a region that is hurricane-free, tornado-free and tsunami-free. So I’m not used to the extreme moods of Mother Nature (except maybe in winter, but that’s another thing). But we all see in the news what happens all the time in Japan, south & coasts of the US etc.. This product may not be for me, but for them it can be very useful.

    Q – Yes, but if you hear about a big flood coming to your region, you won’t leave your car behind. You’ll pack your family in it and leave until it’s safe to come back”.
    A – Of course … but what if you own 2 or more cars ?

    Q – “Yes, but … ”
    A – Shut up! If you don’t need it, don’t buy it.

    • LOL, awesome inner monologue. :)

    • That was an awesome inner monologue. I live in an area that flooded (homes underwater and all) and I know in our case, they closed the roads before they evacuated. It all happened very fast and we had to walk/be transported to safety.

  • Oh cool…it’s a bag you drive into. Very cool. Not so good in hail though.

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