Reviewed By Timothy S (Jackosn, NH) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Freestyle —7/21/2009 6:01 AM
The first thing I do when I get a new car is install a "wheelskin". Even with a factory leather wheelcover, this provides a far better tactile experience.
Reviewed By Barb R (HOLLAND, MI) —10/1/2015 7:26 AM
The ramp is sturdy, the treads give my Lab security going up and down it. It was too steep to traverse from ground to interior of my Jeep's rear hatch, but works perfectly positioned from ground to license plate ledge. The weight of the ramp is a little hefty, but learning how to maneuver it slowly is leading to success and no pinched fingers! Love the plastic encased spring that loops around a catch to hold it closed. Definitely superior to the stairs my dog used first.
Reviewed By Sean B (Baltimore, MD) Reviewed for a 2014 Honda Pilot —9/30/2015 11:16 AM
We had purchased a cargo liner for 2014 Honda Pilot from the dealership. They installed it and within a day the tape had pulled away from the plastic. We took it back and they said it was defective tape and installed a second one. this one did not last 2 hours. Returned for refund. I was able to find the Canvasback online so decided to give them a try. WOW installed in 5 minutes ans hasn't been out of the car since. easy on the dogs feet & easy to clean. Plus dog biscuits! Thanks
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