KR20140027737A - A car cover - Google Patents

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KR20140027737A
KR20140027737A KR1020120093686A KR20120093686A KR20140027737A KR 20140027737 A KR20140027737 A KR 20140027737A KR 1020120093686 A KR1020120093686 A KR 1020120093686A KR 20120093686 A KR20120093686 A KR 20120093686A KR 20140027737 A KR20140027737 A KR 20140027737A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60JWINDOWS, WINDSCREENS, NON-FIXED ROOFS, DOORS, OR SIMILAR DEVICES FOR VEHICLES; REMOVABLE EXTERNAL PROTECTIVE COVERINGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES
    • B60J11/00Removable external protective coverings specially adapted for vehicles or parts of vehicles, e.g. parking covers
    • B60J11/04Removable external protective coverings specially adapted for vehicles or parts of vehicles, e.g. parking covers for covering at least the roof of the vehicle, e.g. for covering the whole vehicle

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A cover for vehicles is disclosed. The cover for the vehicles comprises cover fabric; a storage pocket for storing the cover fabric inside; a handle for putting out the cover fabric which is placed at the side part of the cover fabric and pulled out in a longitudinal direction from the storage pocket while the side part of the cover fabric is pulled out; magnets placed in the cover fabric and on the back of the storage pocket to fix the inside of the cover fabric to the vehicle when the cover fabric is unfolded; and a pulling rope placed in the cover fabric. The leading end of the pulling rope is fixed to the leading end of the cover fabric, and the rear end is pulled out of the cover fabric. When the rear end is pulled, the leading end of the cover fabric is pulled so that the pulling rope removes the cover fabric from the vehicle. Using this cover for the vehicles, the cover easily and quickly covers the vehicle, and directly putted into the storage pocket when the cover is removed from the vehicle.

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Car protective cover {A CAR COVER}
The present invention relates to a protective cover for a vehicle, and more particularly to a protective cover for a vehicle easy to cover or remove the vehicle.
In summer, when the car's doors and windows are closed and the car's interior is heated to very high temperatures, for example, it can damage navigation or other sensitive electronics or inadvertently leave a gas lighter in the car. It may explode. Even if there is no such problem, in order to operate a vehicle heated by solar heat again, it is necessary to wait for a while with the door or window open to exhaust the internal heat.
In winter, snow is often accumulated on the front and rear windows of the vehicle, as well as on the side windows, or when the accumulated snow is frozen, making driving difficult.In order to prevent such problems, it is necessary to cover the glass of the vehicle such as a box or a cloth. Some things are pre-covered. If this contrast is not achieved and snow has already accumulated or frozen on the glass, for example, once the vehicle is idled, the snow is scratched while generating heat.
In order to solve the inconvenience of vehicle management according to the season, a protective cover for a vehicle is used.
Conventional vehicle protective cover is widely used in the form that the rubber band is provided around the end of the cover cloth so that the cover cloth made of a waterproof cloth material waterproofing the inner and outer surfaces.
In the conventional vehicle protective cover, the cover cloth is covered over the entire vehicle, and then the rubber band is covered with the vehicle by fixing the rubber band around the vehicle body. However, in the process of covering the cover cloth on the entire vehicle, first, the front or rear end of the cover cloth is wrapped around the front or rear side of the vehicle, and then the cover cloth is stretched to cover the vehicle. In the process of unfolding and spreading on one side, the one side surrounded by the vehicle was easily separated from the vehicle. Therefore, there was a difficulty in covering the vehicle protective cover on the vehicle.
The present invention provides a vehicle protective cover which allows a process of covering and removing a vehicle protective cover on a vehicle to be simple and quick, and facilitates the storage, carrying and storage of the vehicle protective cover.
The protective cover for a vehicle according to the present invention includes a cover cloth for covering the vehicle; It is provided at the rear end side of the cover cloth, a storage bag for storing the cover cloth therein; A pull-out handle provided on the front end side of the cover cloth and pulled on the front end side of the cover cloth to extend in the longitudinal direction while being pulled out of the storage bag; A plurality of magnets provided on an inner surface of the cover cloth and a back surface of the storage bag, and fixing the inner surface of the cover cloth to a vehicle when the cover cloth is unfolded; It is provided on the inner surface of the cover cloth, the front end side is fixed to the front end of the cover cloth, the rear end is drawn out of the cover cloth, the front end of the cover cloth when pulling the rear end drawn out of the cover cloth It may include a pulling line for removing the cover cloth from the vehicle to be pulled from the side.
In one embodiment of the present invention, provided on the inner surface of the cover cloth, a plurality of binding rings to which the removal pull string is bound; At least one mesh portion formed on a portion of the cover cloth; When the cover cloth covers the vehicle, the cover cloth may further include a side mirror cover part formed on a portion of the cover cloth covering the side mirror of the vehicle, and stretched to correspond to a state of the side mirror of the vehicle that is expanded or folded.
In one embodiment of the present invention, further comprising a push ring provided in the removal pull string, wherein the plurality of binding rings, the first binding ring and the second binding ring disposed on the front side of the cover cloth, A third binding ring disposed at a rear end of the first binding ring and a second binding ring, a fourth binding ring and a fifth binding ring disposed at a rear end of the third binding ring, and a front end of the removal pull string The side is fixed to the first binding ring and the second binding ring, and the rear end side of the removal pull string is bound to the third binding ring, the fourth binding ring and the fifth binding ring, and then to the outside of the cover cloth. The push ring is disposed between the third engagement ring, the fourth engagement ring and the fifth engagement ring, and corresponds to the fourth engagement ring and the fifth engagement ring when the removal pull string is pulled. While pulling the fourth binding ring and the fifth binding ring of the removal pull string It can be moved in direction.
The protective cover for the vehicle according to the present invention can be made quickly and easily the process of covering and removing the vehicle, and can be easily stored, carried and stored because the cover cloth can be immediately stored in the storage bag in the process of removing from the vehicle. .
1 is a perspective view for explaining a protective cover for a vehicle according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a plan view of the protective cover for the vehicle shown in FIG.
3 and 4 are cross-sectional views for explaining the side mirror cover of the protective cover for the vehicle shown in FIG.
FIG. 5 is a perspective view illustrating a vehicle protective cover illustrated in FIG. 1 covered with a vehicle.
6 is a plan view illustrating a process of removing the vehicle protective cover.
7 is a perspective view showing another example in which the cover cloth is covered on the vehicle.
8 is a perspective view illustrating a protective cover for a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention.
9 is a perspective view showing a side mirror cover portion of a protective cover for a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 10 is a perspective view illustrating a vehicle protective cover shown in FIG. 8 installed in a vehicle.
11 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a vehicle protective cover and a vehicle protective cover attached to a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention.
Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in detail a vehicle protective cover according to an embodiment of the present invention. The present invention is capable of various modifications and various forms, and specific embodiments are illustrated in the drawings and described in detail in the text. It should be understood, however, that the invention is not intended to be limited to the particular forms disclosed, but includes all modifications, equivalents, and alternatives falling within the spirit and scope of the invention. Like reference numerals are used for like elements in describing each drawing. In the accompanying drawings, the dimensions of the structures are enlarged to illustrate the present invention in order to clarify the present invention.
The terms first, second, etc. may be used to describe various components, but the components should not be limited by the terms. The terms are used only for the purpose of distinguishing one component from another. For example, without departing from the scope of the present invention, the first component may be referred to as a second component, and similarly, the second component may also be referred to as a first component.
The terminology used in this application is used only to describe a specific embodiment and is not intended to limit the invention. Singular expressions include plural expressions unless the context clearly indicates otherwise. In this application, the terms "comprises", "having", and the like are used to specify that a feature, a number, a step, an operation, an element, a part or a combination thereof is described in the specification, But do not preclude the presence or addition of one or more other features, integers, steps, operations, components, parts, or combinations thereof.
Unless defined otherwise, all terms used herein, including technical or scientific terms, have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. Terms such as those defined in commonly used dictionaries are to be interpreted as having a meaning consistent with the contextual meaning of the related art and are to be interpreted as either ideal or overly formal in the sense of the present application Do not.
1 is a perspective view for explaining a protective cover for a vehicle according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a plan view of the protective cover for the vehicle shown in FIG.
1 and 2, the protective cover 100 for a vehicle according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a cover cloth 110, a storage bag 120, a pull-out handle 130, a magnet 140, and a binding ring. 151, 152, 153, 154, and 155, and removal pull lines 161 and 162.
The cover cloth 110 may be prevented from being condensed on the surface of the window or the bonnet, door, trunk, etc. of the vehicle, such as winter snow, frost falling at night in the spring, autumn, winter, etc. are covered on the vehicle. For example, the cover cloth 110 may be divided into respective areas covering the vehicle when the cover cloth 110 is written on the vehicle. Each area includes a ceiling cover area 110c covering the ceiling of the vehicle, a front cover area 110a covering the windshield and the bonnet of the vehicle, a rear cover area 110b covering the rear glass and the trunk of the vehicle, and a door of the vehicle. It may be a side cover area 110d. The cover cloth 110 may be, for example, a rectangular shape cut to a size capable of covering the entire vehicle. 7 is a perspective view showing another example in which the cover cloth is covered on the vehicle. As another example, the cover cloth 110 may have a form in which a part for covering the door of the rear seat of the vehicle is omitted.
The cover cloth 110 may be fixed to the vehicle by the magnet 140. When the cover cloth 110 is fixed to the vehicle by the magnet 140, the magnet 140 may be provided in the form of being arranged in a plurality of regions 110a, 110b, 110c, and 110d of the cover cloth 110. have. Thus, the cover cloth 110 may be fixed by attaching the magnet 140 to the vehicle body surface. As another example, the cover cloth 110 may be fixed to the vehicle by the magnet 140 and the rubber band 114a. When the cover cloth 110 is fixed to the vehicle by the magnet 140 and the rubber band 114a, the magnet 140 is arranged in a plurality of areas 110a, 110b, 110c, and 110d of the cover cloth 110. The rubber band 114a may be provided at an end portion of the front cover area 110a of the cover cloth 110. In the form in which the rubber band 114a is provided, for example, the end portion of the front cover region 110a of the cover cloth 110 is partially folded to insert the rubber band 114b between the folded cover cloth 110. By sewing the folded end of the cover cloth 110 and both ends of the rubber band 114b to the cover cloth 110 may be provided at the end of the front cover area (110a) of the cover cloth (110). Accordingly, the front side of the cover cloth 110 can secure the front side of the cover cloth 110 to the front of the vehicle by surrounding the rubber band 114a around the front bumper of the vehicle while stretching the rubber band 114a. Each of the regions 110a, 110b, 110c, and 110d of the cloth 110 may be attached to and fixed to the vehicle body surface of the vehicle by the magnet 140. The cover cloth 110 may be a cloth whose inner and outer surfaces are waterproof.
The storage bag 120 may accommodate the cover cloth 110. The storage bag 120 may have an inner space for receiving the cover cloth 110, and one side thereof may be opened to insert the cover cloth 110 into the inner space. The opening may be located at the outer surface side of the cover cloth 110. The storage bag 120 may be disposed behind the cover cloth 110. For example, the storage bag 120 may extend from the rear cover area 110b of the cover cloth 110 to be integrally formed with the cover cloth 110. The opening of the storage bag 120 may be provided with a zipper 121 for closing the opening after the cover cloth 110 is inserted into the inner space. For example, the zipper 121 may include a first zipper rail 121a, a second zipper rail 121b, and a zipper slider 121c. The first zipper rail 121a may be provided at the opening of the storage bag 120, and the second zipper rail 121b may be disposed at the rear surface of the cover cloth 110 to be close to the first zipper rail 121a. The zipper slider 121c may be coupled to the first zipper rail 121a. The second zipper rail 121b may be located on an inner surface of the cover cloth 110. In this case, when the cover cloth 110 is inserted into the inner space of the storage bag 120 while the cover cloth 110 is folded into a size that can be accommodated in the storage bag 120, the second zipper rail 121b may 1 may be positioned to correspond to the zipper rail (121a), the first zipper rail (121a) and the second zipper rail by sliding the zipper slider (121c) after combining the second zipper rail (121b) with the zipper slider (121c). The 121b may be engaged, and the cover cloth 110 may be stored in the storage bag 120 by closing the zipper 121.
The withdrawal handle 130 may be used to withdraw the cover cloth 110 from the storage bag 120. Pulling handle 130 may be provided at the end of the front side of the cover cloth (110). For example, the takeout handle 130 may be sewn and fixed to an end portion of the front cover area 110a of the cover cloth 110. The pull-out handle 130 may be stitched, for example, one end of the belt may be sewn, or both ends of the belt may be stitched together to provide an opening into which a hand may be inserted. Pullout handle 130 may be a fabric material.
The binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154, and 155 may be arranged on the inner surface of the cover cloth 110. The binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154, and 155 may sequentially include first to fifth binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154, and 155. The first binding ring 151 and the second binding ring 152 are disposed at the front side of the cover cloth 110, and the third binding ring at the rear end of the first binding ring 151 and the second binding ring 152. 153 is disposed, and the fourth binding ring 154 and the fifth binding ring 155 may be disposed at the rear ends of the third binding ring 153. For example, the first engagement ring 151 and the second engagement ring 152 may be disposed in the front cover area 110a of the cover cloth 110, and may be disposed to the left and right sides of the cover cloth 110 in the width direction. It may be arranged to face apart from each other. The third binding ring 153 may be disposed at the front cover region 110a at the rear ends of the first binding ring 151 and the second binding ring 152 and positioned at the center of the cover cloth 110 in the width direction. It may be arranged to. The fourth engagement ring 154 and the fifth engagement ring 155 may be disposed in the ceiling cover region 110c at the rear end of the third engagement ring 153, and may be disposed at the left and right sides of the cover cloth 110 in the width direction. Can be spaced apart from each other. The binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154, and 155 may be formed in a ring shape having a polygonal shape such as a circle, a square, and a hexagon. The binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154, and 155 may be synthetic resin materials or copper alloy materials, and are not particularly limited as long as they are a material capable of forming a ring shape.
The removal pull lines 161 and 162 may be used to remove the cover cloth 110 that is bound to the binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154 and 155 and covered by the vehicle. For example, the removal pulling lines 161 and 162 may include a first removing pulling line 161 and a second removing pulling line 162. The first removal pull string 161 and the second removal pull string 162 remove the cover cloth 110 from the vehicle by pulling the front side of the cover cloth 110, for example, the front cover area 110a. can do. In order for the front cover region 110a of the cover cloth 110 to be pulled, the first removing pull string 161 and the second removing pull string 162 may include the binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154, and 155. ) Can be connected. For example, the front ends of the first removal pull string 161 and the second removal pull string 162 may be fixed to the first binding ring 151 and the second binding ring 152, respectively, and the first The rear end side of the pulling line 161 for removal may be exposed to the outside of the cover cloth 110 after being bound to the third binding ring 153 and the fifth binding ring 155, the second pulling line 162 for removal. The rear end side of the) may be exposed to the outside of the cover cloth 110 after being bound to the third binding ring 153 and the fourth binding ring 154. In this case, the rear ends of the first removal pull string 161 and the second removal pull string 162 exposed to the outside of the cover cloth 110 may be bundled with each other. Removal pull strings (161, 162) may be a fabric material.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the mesh unit 111 and 112 may further include a side mirror cover 113 and a push ring 171 and 172. The mesh parts 111 and 112 are provided on the cover cloth 110, and the air is circulated to the inside and the outside of the cover cloth 110 while the cover cloth 110 is covered by the vehicle through the mesh parts 111 and 112. This can be made possible. For example, the mesh parts 111 and 112 may be provided in the ceiling cover area 110c of the cover cloth 110. The mesh parts 111 and 112 may include a first mesh part 111 and a second mesh part 112. The first mesh part 111 may be formed at a point adjacent to the windshield of the vehicle in the ceiling cover area 110c, and the second mesh part 112 may be formed at a point adjacent to the rear glass of the vehicle in the ceiling cover area 110c. Can be formed on. The first mesh portion 111 and the second mesh portion 112 may be formed of a mesh net of a woven material. For example, in order to form the first mesh portion 111 and the second mesh portion 112 in the cover fabric 110, the first mesh portion 111 and the second mesh portion 112 in the cover fabric 110. It can be formed by providing an opening for the formation of, and sewing and fixing the mesh net around the opening. An opening may be formed in the second mesh part 112 so that the rear ends of the pulling tulles 161 and 162 may be drawn out of the cover cloth 110. For example, the opening may be formed by an 'O' shaped ring fixed to the mesh network.
 3 and 4 are cross-sectional views for explaining the side mirror cover of the protective cover for the vehicle shown in FIG. 1, 3, and 4, the side mirror cover portion 113 is formed on a portion of the cover cloth 110 that covers the side mirror 11 of the vehicle when the cover cloth 110 covers the vehicle. Can be. For example, the side mirror cover 113 may be formed in the side cover area 110d of the cover cloth 110. In order to form the side mirror cover portion 113, for example, the cloth cut to a size that can cover the side mirror 11 of the vehicle is sewn to the cover cloth 110 to form the side mirror cover portion 113. Can be. The side mirror cover portion 113 may be expanded and contracted in response to a state in which the side mirror 11 of the vehicle is unfolded or folded. In order for the side mirror cover part 113 to correspond to the state of the side mirror, a rubber band 114b may be provided at one side of the inner surface of the side mirror cover part 113. The rubber band 114b may be tensioned when the side mirror 11 is unfolded as shown in FIG. 3 to allow the side mirror cover 113 to cover the unfolded state of the side mirror 11, as shown in FIG. 4. When the side mirror 11 is folded, the side mirror cover portion 113 may be contracted to cover the folded state of the side mirror 11 so that the side mirror cover portion 113 may not be struck down.
The push rings 171 and 172 may be fixed to the removal pull lines 161 and 162, and push the binding rings 154 and 155 positioned at the rear end when the removal pull lines 161 and 162 are pulled to bind the push rings 161 and 162. The rings 154 and 155 may be moved in the direction in which the pulling tulle 161 and 162 is pulled. For example, the push rings 171 and 172 may include a first push ring 171 and a second push ring 172. The first push ring 171 may be fixed to the first pulling line 161, and may be disposed between the third binding ring 153 and the fourth binding ring 154. The second push ring 172 may be fixed to the second removal pull line 162 and may be disposed between the third binding ring 153 and the fifth binding ring 155. Therefore, when the pulling lines 161 and 162 are pulled out, the first push ring 171 can push and move the fourth engagement ring 154 positioned at the rear end thereof, and the second push ring 172 is moved. The fifth binding ring 155 positioned at the rear end may be pushed and moved.
5 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which the vehicle protective cover illustrated in FIG. 1 is covered on a vehicle, and FIG. 6 is a plan view illustrating a process of removing the vehicle protective cover. Hereinafter, a process of installing and removing a vehicle protective cover according to an embodiment of the present invention on a vehicle will be described with reference to FIGS. 5 and 6.
In order to cover the vehicle using the protective cover 100 for the vehicle, first, the magnet 140 provided on the rear side of the storage bag 120 is attached to the rear of the vehicle to fix the zipper 121 of the storage bag 120. The cover cloth 110 which is opened and stored in the storage bag 120 may be withdrawn to the outside. At this time, when the cover 130 is moved to the front side of the vehicle by holding the pull-out handle 130 provided on the front end of the cover cloth 110 may be withdrawn from the inside of the storage bag (120).
When the cover cloth 110 is drawn out, the rubber band 114a provided at the front end side of the cover cloth 110 is wrapped around the bumper or the bonnet of the vehicle to fix the front end side of the cover cloth 110 to the front side of the vehicle. In this case, some of the plurality of magnets 140 provided on the inner surface of the cover cloth 110, for example, the front cover area 110a, the ceiling cover area 110c, and the rear cover area of the cover cloth 110 ( The magnets 140 disposed at 110b may be attached to the vehicle body of the vehicle.
Finally, the side portion of the cover cloth 110, for example, the side cover area 110d is fully extended so that the magnets 140 provided on the inner surface of the side cover area 110d are attached to the vehicle body of the vehicle. In this way, the vehicle protective cover 100 may be covered with the vehicle as shown in FIG. 5.
In the state in which the vehicle protective cover 100 is covered on the vehicle, the side mirror cover 113 may be maintained in a form corresponding to the state of the side mirror 11 of the vehicle. For example, when the side mirror 11 is unfolded, the rubber band 114b inside the side mirror cover 113 is stretched and the side mirror cover 113 is tightly attached to the side mirror 11. When the side mirror 11 is in a folded state, the rubber band 114b inside the side mirror cover 113 is in a contracted state so that the side mirror cover 113 is the side mirror 11. It can be kept lightly wrapped.
In order to remove the protective cover 100 for the vehicle covered with the vehicle, first remove the rubber band (114a) of the front side of the cover cloth 110 surrounding the front bumper or bonnet of the vehicle from the front bumper or bonnet circumference of the vehicle The removal pulling lines 161 and 162 can be removed by pulling the removal pulling lines 161 and 162 toward the rear side of the vehicle.
Pulling the pulling tulle (161, 162), the front cover side of the cover cloth 110 gradually begins to come to the rear side of the vehicle along the removing tulle (161, 162) gradually cover the entire cover cloth (110) May come to the rear of the vehicle. At this time, the front side of the cover cloth 110 by the first binding ring 151 and the second binding ring 152 fixed to the front side of the removal pull string (161, 162) can easily come, while the vehicle Since the protective cover 100 is long to cover the vehicle, the rear side of the cover cloth 110 may not come easily. However, as shown in FIG. 6, the fourth binding ring 154 and the fifth binding ring having the first push ring 171 and the second push ring 172 fixed to the removal pull lines 161 and 162 disposed at the rear ends thereof. Since each of the 155 is pushed, the rear side of the cover cloth 110 may also easily come in the pulling direction of the pulling line 161 and 162 for removal. In addition, since the cover cloth 110 is gradually removed from the vehicle while the cover cloth 110 comes along, the magnets 140 may be naturally separated from the vehicle body while sliding from the vehicle body. Therefore, the cover cloth 110 can be easily removed from the vehicle only by pulling the removal pull lines 161 and 162.
Meanwhile, even when the cover cloth 110 is removed from the vehicle, the storage bag 120 may maintain the state attached to the vehicle. Therefore, when the cover cloth 110 is removed from the vehicle, while the storage bag 120 is attached to the vehicle, the cover cloth 110 is folded into a size that can be stored in the storage bag 120 to the inside of the storage bag 120. The cover cloth 110 may be stored in the storage bag 120 by inserting and closing the zipper 121 provided in the storage bag 120. When the cover cloth 110 is stored in the storage bag 120, the storage bag 120 may be separated from the vehicle to carry and store the vehicle protective cover 100.
Using the protective cover 100 for a vehicle according to the embodiment of the present invention, the process of covering and removing the cover cloth 110 on the vehicle can be made simply and quickly, in the process of removing the cover cloth 110 Since the cover cloth 110 may be immediately stored in the storage bag 120, the storing, carrying, and storage of the cover cloth 110 may be simplified.
8 is a perspective view for explaining a protective cover for a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention, Figure 9 is a perspective view showing a side mirror cover of the protective cover for a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention, Figure 10 is in FIG. A perspective view showing a vehicle protective cover shown in the state installed on the vehicle.
Referring to FIG. 8, the protective cover 200 for a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention includes a cover cloth 210, a storage bag 220, a pull-out handle 230, a magnet 240, and a binding ring 251. 252, 253, 254, and 255, and removal pull lines 261 and 262.
The cover cloth 210 may be, for example, a rectangular shape cut to a size capable of covering only the front glass of the vehicle, the door glass of the driver's seat and the passenger seat. The cover cloth 210 may be fixed to the vehicle by the magnet 240 and the rubber band 214a. For example, the rubber band 214a may be provided only at the front end side of the cover cloth 210, or may be provided at all of the edge portions of the cover cloth 210 or opposite ends of the cover cloth 210.
For a detailed description of the storage bag 220, the pull-out handle 230, the magnet 240, the binding ring (251, 252, 253, 284, 285), the removal pull string (261, 262). Same as or similar to the description for the storage bag 120, the pullout handle 130, the magnet 140, the engagement ring 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, and the removal pull lines 161 and 162 described above. It will be omitted.
The protective cover 200 for a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention may further include a mesh part 211 and 212, a side mirror cover part 213, and push rings 271 and 272.
The side mirror cover unit 213 may cover the side mirror of the vehicle. As an example, the side mirror cover 213 may be configured independently of the cover cloth 210. That is, the side mirror cover 213 may not be integrally formed with the cover cloth 20, and may be manufactured and used separately from the cover cloth 20. Referring to FIG. 9, one side of the side mirror cover part 213 may be opened, and a rubber band 214b may be provided in some areas so that the side mirror cover part 213 may be tightly attached to the side mirror of the vehicle. For example, the rubber band 214b may be provided at the front end side and the rear end side of the open end of the side mirror cover 213, and may also be provided at the inner surface of the side mirror cover 213. Accordingly, the side mirror cover 213 may be tightly adhered to the side mirror of the vehicle by the plurality of rubber bands 214b.
Detailed descriptions of the mesh portions 211 and 212 and the push rings 271 and 272 are the same as or similar to those of the mesh portions 111 and 112 and the push rings 171 and 172 described with reference to FIG. Let's do it.
Using the vehicle protective cover 200 according to another embodiment of the present invention, it is possible to cover only the front glass of the vehicle and the door glass of the driver's seat and the passenger seat of the vehicle as shown in FIG. Therefore, it is possible to simply cover only the front door side of the vehicle that can transmit the most solar heat to the interior space of the vehicle so that the temperature of the interior space of the vehicle does not rise.
11 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a vehicle protective cover and a vehicle protective cover attached to a vehicle according to another embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 11, according to another embodiment of the present invention, a plurality of cover cloths 310a, 310b, and 310c may be provided. For example, the cover cloth 310a, 310b, 310c may include a front glass cover cloth 310a capable of covering the windshield of the vehicle; The first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth 310c which may cover the door window of the driver's seat and the passenger seat of the vehicle may be included.
Although not specifically illustrated in FIG. 10, the front glass cover cloth 310a includes a storage bag 120 and a pull-out handle installed in the cover cloth 110 described with reference to FIG. 1 in one embodiment of the present invention. The configuration of the 130, the magnet 140, the pulling lines 161 and 162, the binding rings 151, 152, 153, 154 and 155, and the push rings 171 and 172 may be identically installed. When the windshield cover cloth 310a is mounted on the vehicle, the magnet 240a may be attached to the bonnet and body frames of the vehicle.
The first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth 310c may include a plurality of magnets 240b, which are formed along edges of the first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth 310c; 240c may be arranged respectively, and a plurality of bands 314a and 314b may be provided in the longitudinal direction of the first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth 310c. For example, the plurality of bands 314a and 314b may be formed in the front region, the middle region and the rear region of the first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth 310c, which may cover the side mirrors. It may be provided. In this case, the bands 314a and 314b provided in the front area of the first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth 310c may include the first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth. When the front region of 310c covers the side mirror, it may be elastically in close contact with the circumference of the side mirror, so that the front regions of the first door window cover cloth 310b and the second door window cover cloth 310c The mirror can be elastically covered.
By using the vehicle protective cover 300 according to another embodiment of the present invention, the user can selectively cover a desired portion of the front window of the vehicle, the driver's seat and the passenger seat, the windshield and Since only the door window and the side mirror can be covered and protected, the vehicle can easily cover and protect only a necessary part for securing a view in driving of the vehicle, and can reduce the effort of covering the entire vehicle.
110: cover cloth 110a: front cover area
110b: rear cover area 110c: ceiling cover area
110d: side cover area 111: first mesh portion
112: second mesh portion 113: side mirror cover portion
120: storage bag 121: zipper
121a: First zipper rail 121b: Second zipper rail
121c: zipper slider 130: pull out handle
140: magnet 151: first binding ring
152: second binding ring 153: third binding ring
154: fourth binding ring 155: fifth binding ring
161: pull string for the first removal 162: pull string for the second removal
171: first push ring 172: second push ring

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  1. A protective cover for a vehicle for covering a vehicle by covering the vehicle,
    A cover cloth for covering the vehicle;
    It is provided at the rear end side of the cover cloth, a storage bag for storing the cover cloth therein;
    A pull-out handle provided on the front end side of the cover cloth and pulled on the front end side of the cover cloth to extend in the longitudinal direction while being pulled out of the storage bag;
    A plurality of magnets provided on an inner surface of the cover cloth and a rear surface of the storage bag, and fixing the inner surface of the cover cloth to a vehicle when the cover cloth is unfolded;
    It is provided on the inner surface of the cover cloth, the front end side is fixed to the front side of the cover cloth, the rear end side is drawn out of the cover cloth, the front end of the cover cloth when pulling the rear end side drawn out of the cover cloth A pull-out for removing the cover cloth from the vehicle to be pulled from the side,
    Car protective cover.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    A plurality of binding rings provided on an inner surface of the cover cloth and configured to bind the removal pull string;
    At least one mesh portion formed on a portion of the cover cloth;
    Further comprising a side mirror cover portion formed on a portion of the cover cloth covering the side mirror of the vehicle when the cover cloth covers the vehicle, the side cloth cover is stretched in correspondence to the state of the side mirror of the vehicle is unfolded or folded,
    Car protective cover.
  3. 3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    Further comprising a push ring provided in the removal pull string,
    The plurality of binding rings may include a third binding ring disposed at a front end side of the cover cloth and a third binding ring disposed at a rear end of the first binding ring and the second binding ring, and the third binding ring. A fourth binding ring and a fifth binding ring disposed at a rear end of the ring,
    The front end side of the removal pull string is fixed to the first binding ring and the second binding ring, and the rear end side of the removal pull string is bound to the third binding ring, the fourth binding ring, and the fifth binding ring. Then withdrawn to the outside of the cover cloth,
    The push ring is disposed between the third binding ring, the fourth binding ring and the fifth binding ring, and corresponding to the fourth binding ring and the fifth binding ring when the removal pull string is pulled. 4 moving the binding ring and the fifth binding ring in the pulling direction of the removal pull string,
    Car protective cover.
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