Winter Floor Mats
ssprague at nmgovlaw.com
Thu Mar 6 14:41:29 EST 2003
In my 91 200q I use WeatherTech Floor mats. They're rubber and hold about a
quart of liquid in the grooves. The have survived 2 1/2 years of use in two
cars. My truck has had one for 5 years and it looks almost new. They are great
because you can wash them and hang to dry. They cover almost all of the carpeted
bottom areas. Husky liners is another brand but they mostly cover trucks and the
wanna be trucks (SUV's). I have no affiliation with either company, just a
satisfied customer. I picked mine up at the Sports Rack in CA. About $35-40 a
pair. I haven't looked into buying a rear pair but it'd be good. I leave them in
my car year around because I moutain bike and camp.
91' 20 valver...
Christopher Gharibo wrote:
> My driver side floor mat is taking a beating from the winter weather and the
> heel of my shoe constantly digging itself in near the gas pedal.
> Are there carpeted floor mats with a reinforced or rubber-reinforced area near
> the pedals to keep me from eroding a hole through the floor mat.
> Alternatively, which all-rubber winter mats would you recommend?
> Thanks greatly.
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