Winter driving essentials

Winter driving essentials

Winter is a specific time to operate your vehicle. Regardless of whether or not you have a garage, vehicle accessories often suffer and especially wear in winter. Prolonged parking in freezing temperatures, aggressive abrasives, sand, salt or chemicals that mix with snow can all wreak havoc on your old velour carpets. Aside from chemicals that corrode the car's interior, one of the car's serious enemies is moisture. If your mats contribute to the leakage of melted snow or rainwater, this can eventually lead to rotting of the underside of your car.

How EVA mats solve your winter problems

The key secret is the indentations in the mats, which lock the water inside.
And if you want to remove a mat full of water, not a single drop will spill into the cabin. To do this, follow the simple instructions:
  1. First gently unfasten the Velcro strips on the back of the mat
  2. Carefully remove the mat
  3. Knock the moisture out with a few strokes with your hand or knock the mat against a nearby fence or fence
EVA mats are very easy to knock out. Unlike rubber mats, EVA mats repel water more strongly and dry faster.