Outdoor Vehicle Protection

When keeping your vehicle outdoors in the elements, keep in mind your location. The protection level needed in different areas does vary. For example, in areas such as California, Florida and Texas the sun tends to be the harshest, and you'll need a car cover that has great UV protection. Compare our outdoor vehicle covers below to see which is the best cover for you.

All Weather Outdoor Protection: The Max Cover

Starting at $134.99

Made in the USA, the Budge Industries Max Cover includes a lifetime warranty for all normal conditions, including hot sun, heavy rain, ice and snow, and more! The Max is our most popular cover in areas where sun is harshest, such as California, Florida and Texas! Three layers of Endura Plus provide superior breathability, very high water resistance and UV protection; choose the Max for a snug fit with superior thickness, protection and strength! Grey Color.

Waterproof Protection: The Empire Waterproof Cover

Starting at $99.99

100% Waterproof, the Empire Waterproof Cover (Grey Color) has a 10 year warranty and is the best waterproof cover anywhere! Most waterproof covers trap condensation against your vehicle, causing damage such as mold and mildew, but Empire Waterproof Cover micro-pore technology allows condensation to escape as evaporated gas, giving your car total inside and out rain and moisture protection.

Sunproof Protection : The Premier Cover

Starting at $79.99

Made from a layer of high-tech DuPont Tyvek®, the Empire Premier is made in the USA and keeps your vehicle cool and clean with great protection and over 99% solar efficiency! The Empire Premier comes with a 5 year limited warranty and is ultra-lightweight for ease of use! White Color.

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What Is a Factory-To-Dealer Incentive?


A factory incentive is a rebate the factory offers to the dealer on certain models due to a number of reasons. These incentives are not advertised to the general public and usually won’t be passed on to the customer unless they know about it. Manufactures will offer these incentives to boost sales on models that aren’t selling well, when a set sales target has been reached or to encourage dealers in selected regions to move more cars. These rebates can be anywhere from $500 to $5000 which thereby makes the cost of the vehicle much cheaper for the dealer.


How Factory Incentives Can Help You


If you know about the current incentives available on the vehicle you are purchasing you can use that information as a bartering tool to obtain a better price. For example, if you are buying a $25,000 car and there is a $5000 factory-to-dealer incentive currently in effect you could effectively buy that car for $20,000 if the dealer passes that rebate on to you. Technically the dealer isn’t losing any of his/her money by doing this because it’s coming directly from the factory. On the other hand if the customer didn’t know about the incentive the dealer would be able to pocket the $5000 which is why they are quite reluctant to tell customers about these offers.


How to Find Out if Your Vehicle Has Factory Incentives


Currently there are only a few places to find out about factory-to-dealer incentives. Depending on whether you live in Canada or The United States there are a few companies that provide this hidden information at a nominal fee. In Canada there is a company that provides factory incentive information along with their new car invoice pricing reports. In the US there is, a site that emphasis’s on factory-to-dealer incentives. Last but not least is Consumer Reports, a company known for delivering relevant information to consumers of every industry. Their website,, offers reports to both US and Canadian customers.


The information you need to get the best possible price on your new car is out there, the choice of using it is up to the customer. But when educated buyers are saving four, five or six thousand dollars off their purchase, why wouldn’t you want to be one of them?

NEW: NavAlert Red Light Speed Camera Alert System


WBAL 11: Baltimore, MD
It's a trap. Yellow lights are being shortened to generate revenue

News 5: Arizona
Private companies making HUGE profits! It's NOT about safety.



  • Simple Lighter Plug Installation
  • Alerts To Every type of Red Light Speed Camera in USA and Canada
  • Uses SIRF GPS technology
  • GPS data via usb can supply your laptop or cellphone GPS NMEA data

The NavAlert speed camera detector can store around 150,000 positions in its database. All cameras in North America covered. The speed camera locations can be divided into different data sets, to distinguish between such positions as fixed speed cameras, possible mobile camera positions, red light cameras, schools, and high collision areas.The Navalert GPS speed camera detector can also sub divide some of these groups by speed limit, and allocate a voice alert.

The tiny NavAlert unit has an LED display on the front of the unit, which provides additional information to the voice announcements. While driving normally it will display the current speed. When a warning is triggered, a chime is heard followed by an announcement such as "camera ahead limit 60" , the speed limit at the camera site will flash , before going back to displaying the vehicles speed. This will typically happen at 500 meters from the camera position, . A second chime is heard at 200 yards from the camera site, and if the vehicle is still over the speed limit, a continuous warning is heard "reduce speed" + warning sound until the vehicle speed drops to the speed limit, or the camera site is passed at which time a all clear chime is herd.

Watch how it works:

Detects to Gatso, Truvelo, SPECS, Speedmaster, DS2, traffic light cameras, high traffic collision areas and all other permanent safety cameras, The detector will give an over-speed warning in close proximity to the camera if exceeding the speed limit, but will automatically mute when within the speed limit, The driver is advised of only cameras on the road they are driving along, thereby negating false alerts, The driver is advised as they approach high collision areas, GPS speedometer, Announces close proximity to schools Monday - Friday 08:00 - 5:00, (school zones can be switched off) Displays the current location as Latitude and Longitude, which can be relayed to the emergency services or breakdown authorities.

The NavAlert is easy to install. In the box there is a small rubberized magnet, with a peel off sticky base. The user simply has to remove the sticker cover, and position the magnet on the top of their dashboard. Insert the power jack into the cigar lighter, and plug the other end of the lead into the NavAlert unit, then place on top of the magnet. It is now ready to use.

The NavAlert is very easy to update via our website. The user simply logs onto the website, and plugs the unit into the PC via the USB cable (supplied). The user clicks the update database button on the front page of the website, and follows a few simple instructions.

Weight 0.50 lbs