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I Have an R Reg Jeep Cherokee and want a car mat that covers the entire floor space of the rear of my car - including that bump bit. Does anyone know where I could get something like that - FYI I live in UK. Thanks.
I just bought a new Honda Fit, and I'm planning on buying floor mats online, but I can't decide between all-season/all-weather floor mats and carpeted mats. I do live in Ohio, so yes, we do get rain and snow, but I don't know, the carpeted floor.
I want to get the weathertech digital-fit car floor mats for my 2011 Corolla S (manual transmission) but they only have them for automatic transmissions. Do you know what the difference is. Will the A/T ones really not work. If not do you have.
I have recently bought a 2003 dodge durango r/t. when i got the car it didn't have the factory carpet floor mats. is there anyway i can get them from someplace. i don't want to customize anything. i just need the ones you get from the factory.
What would be the best option for all weather floor mats for a 2008 Honda Odyssey EX. We may also be taking out the center seat in the second row quite a bit as we have three boys to get in and out of the van.
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