Don’t Let Winter Weather Push You Around
Updated: Jan 11, 2022
Snow, sleet, freezing rain, frost, slush… Be prepared for winter weather by making your drive as comfortable and safe as possible.
Floor Mats and Liners
Provide complete automotive interior carpet protection from mud, dirt, snow and more.
Laser-measured to protect the front, back and even up the sides of your vehicle’s footwell
Patented High-Density Tri-Extruded (HDTE) material allows for a rigid core for strength
Fluids channeled to a lower reservoir
Cargo/trunk liners also available!
The comfort of a heated seat in freezing weather is everything.
Quickly heating the largest muscles in your body is the fastest way to shake off the winter chill – you’ll want to sit on your hands!
Works with cloth or leather seats and do not change the look of the seat
Includes control switch for high/low/off
Typically a quick install
Warm Things Up in Advance
Save someone the numb fingers and cold bum that always come with scraping ice and sitting on frozen seats – make life easier!
One-Way, Two-Way, Mobile Start Options
Extended range with smartphone control
Add security and GPS tracking
Defrost windows, heat your seats, even warm-up that steering wheel all from the comfort and warmth of your living room or office!
Portable Jump Starters
Never Get Stranded Again!
Getting into your car and finding out the battery’s dead can really throw a wrench in your day, especially when that day is below freezing.
More convenient than jumper cables
Varying power ratings and charging capacity
Optional features can include: USB charging port, LED flashlight, air compressor for inflating tires, compass, reverse polarity alarm, and more
LED Headlight Upgrades
Perfect for Everyone (Including You)
Headlights are crucial to safety on the road
Larger, brighter white-light pattern
More efficient lights while drawing less power, leaving more power for popular add-ons like radar, cameras, and sensors
Conversion kits allow new LED headlights to run on older model cars
Tip: Remember, switching to high beams in fog or snow actually makes visibility worse!