The van based SMART repair franchise recently posted a blog to the ChipsAway website packed with hints and advice on choosing the right car boot protector.
ChipsAway has gathered a huge amount of vehicle care expertise since its founding in 2001. According to the van based franchise, “The boot of any vehicle is typically the most abused part of the car’s interior. Over its lifetime, the car boot is likely to have countless bags of shopping, sports kits, muddy wellies, pets, and furniture thrown at it. But there is a solution to keeping your boot in its original condition, a car boot protector.”
ChipsAway continued, “Whether you are a dog owner, use your car as a family taxi, or indulge in a hobby such as cycling or gardening, a boot liner protector is a good investment. [...] The liner helps to prevent bumper scratches and a damaged interior. If you are thinking of selling the vehicle at a later date, it’s more likely to maintain its resale value if the interior and exterior are in a good condition.”
The franchise then explained that there are “many different types of car boot liners”, all with a range of different benefits. Protective liners will typically be made from either plastic, rubber or fabric. Rubber liners are the hardest wearing, and they’re also waterproof - but they won’t be ideal/provide extra comfort if you’re travelling with furry friends. Experts recommend that car owners buy a boot liner specific to their vehicle model “for a good fit”, and that they opt for a protector that “features non-slip and fold-out bumper protection to prevent paintwork damage”.
If you can’t find a liner that fits your boot, you could also choose to get a custom-made liner. This liner will be made from high quality materials, and will be easy to fit and stay in place. Plus, it will be perfectly shaped for your boot space. Find out more about this knowledgeable car repair franchise - and a potential investment - via ChipsAway’s profile page, linked above.
Cara Squires, Point Franchise ©