Choose the right Weather Guard floor mats for your vehicle by knowing and using the specifications of your car. For instance, having a GM car made in 2000 or later with a 135 wheel base uses a 89015 GM Floor Mat.
Choosing the right Weather Guard floor mats depends on the make of the car, the year of manufacture and the wheel base. Another consideration is the use of the vehicle. Vans carrying cargo need floor mats that keep items from shifting and wearing on the floor of the vehicle. If you use a Ford Transit with a 130 wheel base for hauling cargo, opt for a 89024 Floor Mat that cushions the cargo and remains durable. A Ram ProMaster with a 118 wheel base uses a 89020 Floor Mat.
Although Weather Guard has a limited selection of floor mats to choose from, other general guidelines to follow when purchasing any floor mats include the material of the mats and types of mats. For instance, types of floor mats vary depending on the needs of the driver. A driver who uses his vehicle to haul cargo needs more durable floor mats than a mother for her minivan. All-weather floor mats are a good general choice. A driver must also decide on carpet floor mats or rubber floor mats.