Not only does the action of using a tarp prevent certain nasty things from escaping their inevitable fate of being trashed, but damages to cars through accidents caused by the strike against a car of those same nasty things are avoided. Thus a driver would do well to to use a tarp as he, or she, might also avoid litigation caused by the type of carelessness that led to that type of property damage and may have caused injury to innocent parties as well.
Another reason for using a tarp to cover the load in the back of a dump truck is that the one responsible for it may be breaking the law if she, or he, does not. After all there are many regions around the world that have strict laws for the governance of that very thing. What is more is that those laws are in place for a very good reason. Bad experiences in the past may have taught lawmakers the necessity of them in order to save lives and property.
The question then becomes what type of tarp would be right for the purpose of covering a dump truck load? Experienced persons believe that it should be constructed of strong materials and be waterproof. To that end two of the most popularly chosen materials are vinyl and polyethylene. Not only are they waterproof but are rot, mold, and mildew resistant as well. The truck tarps will last for quite a long time and stand up to quite a bit of use.
Dump truck tarps are a necessity in many areas as they are needed to cover loads in compliance with local laws. They also prevent damage to property and people due to accidents caused by debris escaping from a load that is uncovered. Which in turn saves a lot of money due to the avoidance of litigation.