What your car's factory floor mats do is obvious: they protect floors from dirt and muck, bare or upholstered. What isn't always obvious is the main long-run benefit for any driver: damage prevention. In other words, having the right set of OEM floor mats can help keep maintenance costs low. However, what they're made of defines just how well they'll work. Some floor mats, like those made of fabric or carpet, are for everyday use. They absorb better, and they usually have anti-slip backing to prevent crumpling. Others, such as rubber or vinyl floor mats, are tougher. They're often impermeable, meaning they won't saturate with dirt or water. Many get called "all-weather floor mats" owing to this design. You can find more than your average floor liner for sale out there, too. Some custom floor mats, for instance, feature spikes, grooves, or caps to simplify cleanup. Others, with retainers or clips, offer a better grip. When you should change any, however, depends. Of course, you can do it when your style preferences change. However, the condition of your floor mats is a more important factor. If they start to rip or crumple, for example, you should replace them immediately. They'll only tear or bunch up further, and when that happens, they tend to get stuck under your pedals. When they do, it's dangerous. You're probably already asking, "what floor mats fit my car?" The easy answer: original Mopar. They're made specifically for your make and model. You can buy them online, too, right here at our auto parts store. Order now, and you'll be checking another job off the DIY list in no time.
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