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How to replace BMW mats

Over the course of several years, BMW car mats become torn, grubby and worn away. Once this occurs, it is time to smarten up your BMW flooring with some brand new mats. The waterproof and durable nature of new BMW car mats will protect the flooring of your car and give you the peace of mind that your BMW maintains good conditioning. This article explains how to replace BMW mats.

Official vendors

BMW dealers and shops Visit BMW.co.uk and click the "find a BMW dealer" link at the top of the page.
Enter your location details to be provided with a list of the nearest BMW dealerships and approved service garages within your locality. Call ahead of your trip to a dealership or visit a service garage without an appointment and ask if they have any new car mats for your BMW model available. Discard your old mats and replace them with fresh, new mats. You can also pay an excess charge and ask a dealer or service garage to install the mats themselves though self-installation is as simple as laying your mats flat in the same position as tthe previous ones. If you are visiting a BMW parts shop, make sure that you have your BMW make, model number and year written down as BMW car mats can differ from model to model and year from year.

Unofficial vendors

Service garages Visit local independent car garages and ask them if they have any BMW car mats available for sale. Although many vendors may not stock mats for your BMW, there is a good chance they will be able to mail order them for you. Independent shops There are many independent stores that sell BMW car mats. Search the internet or browse your local telephone directory before contacting independent stores and asking them if they have the right mats for your make and model of BMW. Online Perform a general internet search to find specialist car mat stores, BMW parts and accessories stores and general car accessories stores. Browse the range available, specifying BMW car mats and your make and model where possible. Think through the additional costs of post and packing before making any online order as this can negate any saving that you have made on the car mat in the first place.

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