Mud happens all year round (well atleast with kids it does) (OK< my wife would include me with the kids in the mug discussion)Rainbowslim said:Just a note: If you put the all-weather mats on top of the regular mats then you won't be able to "hook" both sets of mats down to the floor. Don't know if that makes a difference to you or not. As for me I took my regular mats out. I may put them back in during the summer.
I hadn't even looked under my all weather mats since I put them in. My dead pedal area is getting fouled up too, but I wasn't going to worry about it until the spring. Guess I should at least look underneath the mat to make sure no water is accumulating with no where to go. Thanks for the tip Mkell.Mkell said:I think the all weather mats are nice with the Pilot logo and all. But, the dead pedal area is really getting fouled up in bad weather. Here in DC we had a really bad snow season (for us) and the salt and snow mess got all over the carpet and dead pedal area and soaked in below the mat a bit. I'm thinking about getting a Taget all season mat for the driver side for next year. Although, we probably won't have another snowy winter here for five years.
My carpeted mats are in the floor of the guest bedroom closet.:noteef:guitarman said:I replaced my OEM carpeted mats with OEM all weather mats after owning the Pilot for just one week. I was surprised how poorly the carpeted mats were holding up. Very poor quality in my estimation. So, needless to say, I leave my all weather mats in all the time. The carpeted mats are stored underneath my bed.