The most significant risk of driving a Volkswagen vehicle with a Fender Cover problem is that the cover itself may become damaged or displaced, exposing your vehicle to potential damage. This damage may include dents, scratches, and abrasions to the vehicle’s body. It could also result in a decrease in aerodynamic efficiency, reducing the performance of the engine. Further, it could allow water, dirt, and other debris to enter the engine bay, which could lead to problems with the electrical and mechanical components over time. Additionally, the exposed metal of the fender could rust and deteriorate over time if not properly treated. So it is important to have the fender cover checked and repaired as soon as possible.