When you get into or out of your vehicle, you step over some unassuming crosspieces at the bottom of its door frames. They're called, aptly, door sills. It may be pretty easy to overlook them, but they're important nonetheless.
The simplest are called sill plates. Often, they're just decorative accents. However, there are several other kinds, and each has a specific job. Some prominently display model names and/or trim levels. Others have tap-in power lines, which activate lights behind them and illuminate the sill, calling attention to the brand you love, its logo, or other information.
Door kick plates, though, like sill protectors, do two things. For one, they help prevent wear to the sill area. Secondly, they help keep sill areas clean. Door sill seals, on the other hand, help prevent seepage into your interior. Sill enhancements, such as molding, trim, and appliques, can make a sill even more attractive.
So, when do you replace them? That question doesn't come up very often. However, the answer is simple: when the sill wears out, gets damaged, or just plain breaks. Of course, you may just want a change of style, too. Whether you're doing repairs or upgrading, our auto parts store has what you need for the job.
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