Car accessories come in many shapes and sizes, as well as various purposes and price range. Anything from neon lights on the body to chrome rims can make a car stand out, but not every accessory needs to be flashy to be essential to a car’s comfort of use. A low-profile but important category of car accessory is its floor mats, and the right or wrong mats can make a difference in anyone’s car.
Cars Can Be Messy Business
It is well known that the United States is a car nation, and there are stats to show how the people treat their cars. Around 70% of car drivers sometimes eat or drink inside their vehicles, and that can lead to an accumulation of crumbs, stains, and more on the car’s floor, and American,s on average, spend a daily total of 87 minutes in their cars. All of this mess ends up on a car’s floor mats, where crumbs and other particles can get embedded and get the mat dirty over time, and possibly even smell. The trunk is a heavy-duty part of the car and sees even