We all know what floor mats do. They're floor liners, the most common in today's cars and trucks, and they shield your car floors from messes. They also simplify cleaning them up. What isn't always evident is the long-run benefit that delivers: lower interior maintenance costs. Many different materials make up OEM floor mats. The construction you choose influences just how well they'll work for you. Types of floor mats range from everyday fabric or carpet to durable rubber or vinyl. Carpeted fabric floor mats are comfortably soft and more absorbent. They usually have backing that's anti-slip, too. It helps prevent crumpling. Vinyl or rubber floor mats, on the other hand, repel dirt and water, keep them from seeping into and through your floors. Many rubberized variants are called "all-weather" for this reason. Some custom floor mats feature spikes, grooves, or caps, while others incorporate retainers or clips. The former captures muck and debris to make cleaning up easier. The latter provides a better grip on your car floors. When to change floor mats depends on their condition, not to mention your style preferences. If they start to rip or bunch up, it's time to replace them, as they can lodge under your pedals during a drive and put you in serious danger. Are you already asking, "what floor mats fit my car?" There's an easy answer: genuine Ford will fit it best. That's because every carmaker designs its floor mats specifically for its makes and models. You can order yours online, right from our auto parts store. Buy now and we'll ship immediately.
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