Truck accessories are abundant and finding the one that best fits the needs of your vehicle can be difficult. You can easily spend a ton of money on useless truck accessories and gadgets that do little or nothing to increase the usefulness and appearance of your truck.
Here are the top five most useful truck accessory upgrades you can make to your new or used truck.
- Tonneau Covers – Tonneau covers not only enhance the way your truck looks, but it increases its performance by saving money on fuel. With many different types of covers available, including soft and hard, there are solutions to meet every need. Tonneau covers add protection from wind, rain, snow and heat in addition to preventing theft. With many different styles including folding, retracting, roll up and hinged, the choices are endless. Money is saved on gas by reducing your truck’s drag when traveling.
- Underseat Storage– Designed to fit snugly in your truck’s under seat and rear seat compartments, underseat storage opens a entire realm of travel possibilities. Installation is easy with no drilling or cutting (most models) and storage for items that are sensitive to the elements are now protected.
- Heavy Duty Floor Mats – Nothing can compare to an upgraded set of floor mats. Designed to catch dirt, water, mud, spilled food and drinks – heavy duty floor mats of superior grade ensure your truck retains its value by keeping the floor beneath it fresh and new.
- Nerf Bars – Nerf bars are the ideal add-on for trucks simply because the make entering and exiting the vehicle a breeze. Once you’ve added these truck accessories, you’ll wonder how you functioned without them. Many have increased traction areas to ensure your step up and down is a sure one in all types of weather.
- Bug Shields – Bug shields are built to deflect bugs and other small debris from your front end, making truck wash time a little less like scrub time. Many are stylish and come in different patterns and chrome.
This list is brief and I could have definitely expanded it to twenty without blinking. The key to successfully upgrading your ride and comfort level is evaluating your needs and systematically upgrading as your budget allows.