These will protect the interior of your car by collecting all the debris before it has a chance to touch the carpet.
Although these are designed to be trimmed down to fit in your car, the item description still encourages you to check the measurements before you buy to ensure that they will fit properly.
The design on the bottom of these is made to work even better than rubberized nips, locking the mats into place and preventing slipping.
In addition to the two-piece, three-piece, and four-piece options, this set also includes a matching cargo liner (sold as a separate purchase) to protect the trunk area of your vehicle.
While most options are made as a solid color and can appear boring, these will give the interior of your vehicle some extra character with the accent color of your choice.
These lack some of the extra features and characteristics that make other mats on this list more functional options, but they are a great option for somebody who simply wants to protect the interior of their car from the occasional muddy shoe or spilled drink.
If you don’t want the smell that rubber can sometimes give off, consider this option instead.
A rubber option may be a better choice for somebody who puts extra wear and tear on the floor. If you’re willing to sacrifice the extra durability to choose an option that isn’t rubber, this mat may be a good match for you.
If you want the cheapest option that will perform like a brand-name item, check out these.
This brand offers the functionality of brand-name items without breaking the bank on cost. These fit that description well, and are great for people who simply want to protect the interior of their car without a lot of extra flair.
Most four-piece sets leave the floor in the middle portion of the back seat uncovered. This functional design will make sure that the carpet isn’t neglected.
With the unique combination of ridges and studs on the front of the design, these will make sure your carpet is protected from all the elements.
As you shop for your new car mats, you’ll want to keep a few things in mind. First of all, this sounds obvious, but don’t forget to make sure the mats you buy will fit in your vehicle. Many mats are trimmable, meaning that they can be cut down if they are too large to fit in your vehicle right out of the box. However, this is not true for all of them.
You’ll also want to see what kind of non-slip technology they have. You don’t want to purchase a mat that will slide around while driving, as this is not safe. You also wouldn’t want a passenger to put their foot on the mat as they are getting in the car if the mat is going to slide around and put that person at risk for fall or injury. Most mats include rubberized nips to help lock the mat into place. Some mats use even more advanced technology than this to ensure that your mats will not move around.
A: If you’re looking at a set that is only sold in one option, it’s probably a full set, with two front mats and two back mats. Many sets come in different options, however. Sometimes, you only want two mats for the front, and many sets will allow you to just purchase those two mats. Other times, you would rather have a three-piece set with one large mat to cover the entire surface area of your back seat. There is even a set on this list that includes an optional cargo mat (sold separately), and we’ll make sure you know which one that is when we get there.
A: Usually, car mats are made with rubber. Some manufacturers will recommend that you allow the car mats to air out before placing them in your vehicle. Other manufacturers will suggest that you wash your hands after handling to protect your hands from potentially harmful chemicals. Make sure you read the product instructions before and after you buy, so you understand what you need to do in order to keep yourself safe.