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Old 12-15-2010, 01:23 PM
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Alter Peter
Location: North America
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
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Mein Auto: 2012 ///M3 LMB/Black
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Originally Posted by Built-in-MUC View Post
Update.

I recently took a look at the BMW winter cover and their instructions are: "the cover may stick to the vehicle in cold and freezing conditions, if this occurs use warm water to loosen the cover from the vehicle".

By the time I have done that I could have scraped.
Looks like it's a garage or a scraper.

Another issue is; when it rains and then shortly after freezes, the frozen water droplets are sitting in the gaps between the folding roof, therefore once you set off I hear them cracking and loosening - let's see how strong that clear coat is!

The answer is to live in a warmer climate or garage a car. I'm so envious of you guys & girls in California/ Arizona etc...
I visit my car everyday in my garage, we had massive snow in the past week. In my area some 1.5 Meter (about 60 inches or so). More in areas with the blowing snow. So needless to say it is not Z4 driving weather.
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I drove a Z4 35i across the USA in 2010 & loved it.
Somehow I just had to get back into the /// M3 and so I did.
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