What are Floor Mats Made of?
Generally, either fabric (carpet), rubber, or vinyl. This is the case whether they're the car mats you see every day, or their cargo-accessory siblings, floor liners.
What's the Difference Between the Different Kinds of Floor Mats?
It's straightforward. Carpeted floor mats are absorbent, while rubberized and vinyl floor mats (sometimes called "all-weather") are repellent. The former soak up dirt and liquids, keeping them off the floors, while the latter simply capture and contain them.
What Features Can Floor Mats Have?
Some have retainers, if not clips or nibs, making them easier to clean. Others have caps or spikes, if not high treads, raised edges, or bevels, helping them grip floors better. Others yet have stain-, slip-, and fade-resistant surfaces, which make them more resilient.
When Do You Change Floor Mats?
When they tear, start to slip, and crumple up. In these cases, if grime doesn't otherwise get under them and damage the floors, the mats can get stuck, for example, under the accelerator or brake pedal on the driver's side. That can be dangerous.
Why Buy Genuine OEM Floor Mats?
They're made exclusively for your brand's vehicles, which means they'll be compatible with your model specifically.
Where Can I Order Replacement Floor Mats?
Directly from your OEM. You can take care of it right here at our auto parts store. We carry a wide-ranging selection, and you can browse our inventory by your make, model, and year to find what fits it more easily. Buy now, and we'll ship quickly, delivering right to your address.
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