Cars aren’t an impulse buy or something you purchase for the short term. Cars are huge investments, and part of maintaining your investment means taking care of it – even the smaller details like floor mats. Floor mats are surprisingly important; they protect the carpet lining of your vehicle, they give your feet grip during rain or snow, and they help complete the look of your vehicle’s interior. But floor mats, like almost everything else on your vehicle, need to be replaced sometimes. Universal floor mats work well but can often move more than a custom made mat ,with movement comes wear and tear so you’ll have to replace them more often than custom fitted mats, but replacement floor mats are simply a fact of life either way. How often should you replace your car mats? Read on to find out five tell-tale signs that it’s time to install replacement car mats.
We all like saving money and taking shortcuts here and there can pay off in the long run – like using coupons at the grocery store or driving a little out of your way to fill up on cheaper gas. But there are some things you shouldn’t skimp on, and improvements to your vehicle are high on the list. Floor mats might seem trivial, but they’re surprisingly important to the overall aesthetic and quality of your vehicle’s interior, not to mention the resale value of your car. If you want to keep your car feeling new as long as possible or plan on selling it one day down the line, buying the right floor mats now can pay off in spades. Universal floor mats are made to fit as many vehicles as possible, but custom floor mats are specifically designed for your vehicle’s exact configuration.
Floor mats aren’t just for show or resting your weary feet. They’re incredibly practical and important for keeping your vehicle’s interior clean and good-as-new, but not all floor mats are made equal. Two of the main sellers, rubber mats and 3D floor mats, are surprisingly different when it comes to lining your vehicle’s floors. 3D floor mats offer edge-to-edge protection in a moulded, stylish finish, whereas rubber mats are affordable, sleek and robust carpet liners that protect the main carpet area. When it comes to choosing the right mats for your vehicle, there are a few factors that you’ll want to consider, because your vehicle is an investment and investments deserve to be protected.
Your car’s value starts depreciating the moment you drive it off the lot, but it doesn’t have to lose that “new car” feeling. With busy lifestyles, less than tidy kids and pets, and active weekends, your car’s seats can quickly start to look and feel used. Everything from dirt, grime, rips, discolouration, and burns can instantly age your vehicle and make it less exciting for you to drive. Fortunately, you don’t have to upgrade your car to fall in love with your car again. Seat covers for your car can protect new seats, cover up older seats, and bring back a little joy into your drive. With different types of seat covers and fabrics, you’ll be sure to find exactly the look you want for a stylish interior and smooth ride—not to mention a pristine interior condition that will net you a nice resale value should that day ever come. Keep reading to find out why seat covers are exactly what your car has been missing.
New or old, your car deserves some TLC this summer. Whether you’re trying to figure out how to protect leather car seats from sun damage, keep juice box spills at bay, or leave some of the beach sand at the beach this year, here are some tried and true tips for keeping your vehicle’s interior in tip-top shape when the weather starts to heat up. From shade to seat covers, keeping it cool has never been this easy.
For anyone who's ever bought tailor-made clothing, the question of how something designed for you is better than something generic is pretty self-evident. However, in a world of mass production and universal sizing, the vast majority of people have never actually experienced the majesty of a custom fit, and so it's understandable why the appeal of tailored couture is undersold -- and the same goes for custom car seat covers.
Seat covers are an incredible way to add some character and longevity to your car.
Small spills and outdoor mud and muck can be frustrating to clean. If you have an active lifestyle, children, or pets who are always along for the ride, your car seats likely take a beating. Protective coverings on canvas or neoprene can save you the trouble and keep your car looking brand new. Or maybe you want to add a bit of comfort and luxury to your ride with velour or leather look seat covers.
MyCustomCar now offers a seat cover fitting service at their Moorebank NSW location, request further details by contacting our helpful customer service team on (02) 9821 1066 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of Fitment: 22nd December 2017
Series: (KF) Touring and GT SUV
Year Range: 2017 - onwards
Material: Empire Leather Look - Black
Customers remarks: Anthony was very happy with his fitment and is returning to get front seat covers fitted after the Christmas holiday period.
It will take a week or so for the covers to completely settle in and look at their very best, this will depend on temperature and usage but already they look pretty stylish. The Empire leather look seat covers will provide Anthony with maximum protection, they are an extremely popular material due to being really easy to clean with the very popular Empire fabric that is our easiest to clean.
When it comes to buying a Christmas present for dear ol' Dad, millions of us find ourselves in a similar predicament: what to get that won't sit in a shed or garage untouched and forgotten until the annual clean out?
Unlike most mothers, our dads don't bother going through the pretence of displaying and using our misguided, but well-meaning gifts. That's not to say the thought isn't appreciated, but the gifts themselves are often soon forgotten. So what to get Dad this Christmas that he'll actually like? That he'll actually use? That he won't try to return for store credit?
The key to buying any present for your Pops is simple: buy for your Dad. While generic ideas can work to guide your gift giving, the exact gift should be specific. Read on to find out what we mean.
If you're planning on hitting the road in Australia, you're going to have to hit it Aussie style. Whether you're venturing into one of Australia's stellar cityscapes, or are outback bound, road tripping this diverse country requires a special set of considerations. Not only will you likely encounter just about all manner of weather, but you'll also careen through wildly different landscapes. So, you, your crew and your ride need to be prepared.
Whether you’re going for a day trip or a long-haul, here's how to plan your perfect road trip in Australia.