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    Default New Rollout Cover/Garage - look at this !

    We've taken on a superb new product, British made, and I think the solution to having a proper, sturdy garage rather than a cover (if that's your need) without the wait or expense/planning permission hassle of building a new garage.

    Customisable for size and colour, conveniently folds away when not in use.

    Have a look further on our site here: http://www.carcovershop.co.uk/Waterp...-TopCovers.asp

    and at the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PVYWbAENsI

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    Does this have a door at either end if you put one in front of an existing garage ?

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    Yes it can - all totally customisable.

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    Link took me to 'Half covers'?
    http://www.carcovershop.co.uk/Rollout-CarCovers.asp

    They aren't cheap but I do like it. I am considering a touchless cover for the Alfa but probably not ideal for the winter.

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    Thanks for pointing that out Malc, wrong link: correct one is: http://www.carcovershop.co.uk/Rollout-CarCovers.asp

    A Touchless Cover will also work outdoors over winter, we dont think anyone uses them indoors and I've seen them with snow on.

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    Looks good. Does the driveway need to be completely flat? I think mine tapers towards a drain, so the left hand rail may not be continually at the same height as the right hand side. I imagine this would be a small difference though.

    I like the fact the car's own weight holds the structure in place.

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    The ground surface doesn't have to be pan flat, the unit can handle a gentle slope, as long as its pretty flat.

    Its OK being slightly twisted

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