As Fall and Winter Season Approaches, Auto Experts Urge Drivers to Protect Their Investments

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Floor Guards keep the rain, mud and leaves from touching your expensive interior carpet

With autumn and the weather changes quickly approaching, the experts at are providing motorists with tips to help them keep their vehicles looking clean and new while protecting their investment value.

"Rain, mud, leaves and other debris can wreak havoc on a vehicle's interior," said Bob Moore, marketing manager. "Unfortunately, when the damage is done, it can be very difficult to undo. Dirty, worn interiors can make vehicles look and smell awful and they can drag down the overall value, as well. Preventing damage is the best road for drivers to take."

With this in mind, is offering motorists a number of tips to help them protect their interiors from damage that the fall and winter season can deliver. This advice includes:

Establish a Regular Cleaning Routine:
Most motorists have a regular routine for under-the-hood maintenance, but not everyone follows such diligent schedules when it comes to interior cleaning. Making a habit of vacuuming carpets and cleaning other surfaces can keep fall and winter damage from becoming permanent, Moore said. It's also a good idea to clean up any spills or spots when they happen to prevent stains from setting into interior surfaces.

Use Floor Mats:
Of all the pickup truck accessories and car accessories motorists can purchase, mats can prove the most vital for protecting the interior of vehicles. These all weather floor mats are designed to take the beating from the harshest of seasons rather than the interior carpet they protect. "Floor Guards keep the rain, mud and leaves from touching your expensive interior carpet," Moore said. "Catch all floor guards are a great selection for the inclement weather months."    

Remember To Wipe Feet:
If at all possible, try to wipe feet before entering a vehicle, Moore said. Getting into this habit can take some time to develop, but it's a worthwhile effort. Doing so will cut down on the debris brought inside a vehicle and will assist in keeping the interior looking neat, clean and brand new.

"Establishing good habits in regard to interior protection is important as fall makes its entrance," Moore said. "It can even be more so important when winter makes its inevitable arrival in a few months."

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