Cargo Liners - Protection and Style Offered in the Same Way

By: Tim Saunier

I am 23 and studying in San Diego, California and my passion is trucks. Since I was 20 I have been driving a Dodge Ram and I have been spending a lot of money pimping it out. I think throughout the past years I have spent 10,000 bucks just on truck accessories. And I do not regret one cent because I love every part of my Ram. For instance last week, I purchased a Go Rhino 6000 Series Wheel to Wheel Nerf Bar for around 800 bucks and it looks great. But I have to admit that I have neglected the vehicle's interior.

Now I have one problem: When you see my truck, it looks great, but if you come closer can see mud on the carpet, empty beer cans that smell and the remains of my last Burger King dinner, which is enough to scare you off. But I decided to change this situation.

In the next few weeks I want to take into consideration the cleanness and comfort of my car. Because seriously it does not make sense if your truck looks hot, but when you get in, you think you are sitting in a school bus after 100 young pupils have just celebrated lunch time. And honestly, what would you think, if there were a hot blond girl wearing sun glasses and instantly fall in love, but when she removes the sunglasses, her eyes are proof that frogs are invading the world.

So I decided to start improving the situation in the cargo bay. First of all I brought all the trash in the garbage dump yesterday and in doing so found my mobile-phone that I lost one year ago. After this I started my research to find a good cargo liner. I think a cargo liner is the only way to keep your cargo clean and furthermore it provides optimal protection against all kinds of factors. I compared a few brands and the selection is vast: From Weathertech and Husky to Lloyd mats and many more. Honestly it is pretty hard to decide which one is the best, but I think I will end up with Lloyd mats. There is one cargo liner that is made from 32 oz ANSO dense nylon fiber carpeting with a water-resistant latex layer and fray-resistant stitched border. I think that sounds good, because it is very important that the protection for your truck is water resistant. Remember, water resistant means beer resistant, wine resistant or vodka resistant also! I think the decision is made and I will purchase the cargo liner tomorrow. So the first step to a better, cleaner and more comfortable atmosphere is done.

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