Get the Facts About Floor Mats
What they're made of: usually, one of three materials -- either fabric (carpet), rubber, or vinyl. This is true of both everyday car mats and comparable interior accessories, like floor liners.
The difference between materials: carpeting is more absorbent, while rubberized and vinyl surfaces are repellent (and often called "all-weather" because of this). Carpeted floor mats help keep muck off floors by soaking it up, while all-weather floor mats capture and contain it.
Their features: retainers, clips, or nibs, if not caps, spikes, high treads, raised edges, or bevels. The former makes them easier to clean, while the latter helps them grip floors better. Other features range from stain- and slip-resistance to fade-resistance.
When you change them: when you notice tearing, slippage, and crumpling. All three make it easier for grime to get under them, and that'll invariably lead to floor damage. Worse yet, it also makes it easier for a mat to lodge, for instance, under your accelerator or brake pedal. That's practically guaranteed to take a drive from enjoyable to dangerous, and quickly.
Why buy genuine OEM floor mats: your brand manufactures them exclusively for your model. That means they'll fit it, guaranteed.
Where to order replacement floor mats online: right here at our auto parts store. We carry a catalog full, and you can browse it by make, model, and year to find what's compatible more quickly and easily. Buy now, and we'll ship ASAP, with delivery right to your door.
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