Straight from the GM factory, the set of floor mats that comes with your car or truck can be easily overlooked. After all, what's a common floor liner but one more among many interior accessories? They have one of the most important jobs in a vehicle, though: to protect your bare floors from liquids and debris while keeping them cleaner. Car floor mats are generally made of variations on fabric, rubber, or vinyl. However, this can depend on whether they're OEM GM or aftermarket, on the kind of vehicle you're driving, and on whether it's luxury or economy. Carpet floor mats are soft fabric and often backed by anti-slip rubber. Most cars have them, and they're useful in any weather condition. Rubber floor mats, on the other hand, are heavier-duty and more durable. They sometimes come in "all-weather" form, meaning they'll safeguard against dirt, rain, and snow better than fabric mats. Both types of floor mats, however, may incorporate spikes, grooves, or caps. These contain moisture and particulate and simplify cleaning. Some floor mats can even feature clips or retainers. These give them better grips on your car floor. So, when should you change your floor mats? When they begin to bunch or slip, it means they're losing their grip. They can get under your brake pedal or accelerator, causing a serious driving hazard. If they rip, they can also trap sludge under them, and tearing only gets worse over time. You're probably asking by now what floor mats fit your car. You're in luck: genuine GM floor mats are the best for your replacement job. Our local auto parts department has a huge selection custom-fit to your model, too. Order online today and save!