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    Sep 2006
    DFW- TX
    Depends on the cover, I have one that has the rear vents that suck the cover to the boat. No issues at all!

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    Oct 2007
    Colorado Springs

    get a Poppy cover

    Quote Originally Posted by aaameteorites View Post
    Going to tow my boat on the freeway for about a 5 hour drive at 60mph plus. Is it safe and/or a good idea or normal to put the boat cover on while towing/driving at high speeds for 5 hours or so? Worried it will get ripped off by the winds or wind pressure. Never towed a boat on freeway at speeds greater then 60mph for a few hours, most lakes are near by. Thanks
    have a Poppie cover for my 09 150 Speedster and I use cover and go 75 mph+. Only cover that will handle this due to a tightening strap all around vs. snaps, etc. Seadoo Oem cover is junk.

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    Jul 2014
    LKN, NC
    I have a Poppie cover for my 230 SP and I can say with all honesty that it is one of the best investments I have ever made. I use it for both trailering and a mooring cover and it keeps the boat in great shape. We probably have 5,000 miles of trailering under out best (several 10 hour trips of 80+ mph driving) and it still looks great. I also like that there is air flow through it, so I can put it on after a day on the lake and as long as there is a slight breeze the interior will not get nasty.

    If you have any other questions let me know. I have attached the only picture I have on me, but i have more if you would like them. Click image for larger version. 

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