Protecting the Exterior
Taking measures to protect your Toyota's exterior is important for country off-roaders and urban dwellers alike. Environmental hazards and other drivers have an equal potential to wreak havoc on our precious car’s exterior.
Body side molding is a great choice for those looking for scratch and weather-resistance and to safeguard against dents and dings in the parking lot. The resistant material is flexible enough to absorb the force of a car door slamming into your side, and the different color and finish options can add to the look of your exterior.
Door edge guards are an easy-to-install accessory that will shield your door edges from chips and nicks. Mud flaps and splash guards behind your tires will prevent any damage to your paint job by deflecting rocks, mud, snow, and water spray.
For the truck lovers: line your truck bed with a mat or liner to prevent corrosion and excess grime and dirt buildup. Or put on a cap or tonneau cover to protect your truck bed and everything in it from harsh weather and theft.
Durable grill guards will prevent detail damage on your front end caused by high grass, rocks, and anything else that could be kicked up by other vehicles. They can also prevent injury or damage in low-speed collisions with animals or other vehicles.
If you like to stray from the beaten path and do more extreme four-wheeling, then an off-road bumper might be a good option for your Toyota. It’ll give you more clearance for larger tires, protect your Toyota from rocks and trees, and give you a better approach and departure angles. Plus, it’ll give your truck a more rugged, aggressive look.