Best automotive seat cover accessories according to redditors

We found 362 Reddit comments discussing the best automotive seat cover accessories. We ranked the 183 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Automotive Seat Cover Accessories:

u/mpetrait · 700 pointsr/funny

Try one of these

u/nastylep · 33 pointsr/nfl

I saw this on Sharktank a while ago and I remember thinking, "who the fuck would buy this?"

I guess I underestimated the market.

u/Rentiak · 23 pointsr/funny

You clearly need The Drop Stop

No really, I put them in my car and they're great.

u/IncrediblyDrunkUpvot · 12 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

Outside of a new (to you) car purchase the closest thing I've seen to one is what cabbies have been using forever to mitigate swamp ass.

u/Mod3_freak · 10 pointsr/TeslaModel3

Ok, after four months with the car, here goes...



  • Wall Connector $500. Not necessary but I'd recommend biting the bullet before taking delivery, so you can keep the mobile charger in the car. The electrical work took 2 hours of time, at $130/hr. I highly recommend installing a dedicated 60-amp breaker and an efficient gauge wire which will give you 45 mi/hr of charge.
  • Charging Adapters $35. Car comes with the 5-15 and 14-50. I strongly recommend buying the 5-20. If you plan to charge at someone else's house on a roadtrip, ask them to send you a picture of their dryer plug. So far, I've needed the 10-30 and 14-30.
  • NEMA 5-15P to 5-20R Adapter $20. Strongly recommended in combo with Tesla's 5-20 adapter to "cheat" a 16-amp charge (33% faster charging). Must-watch this video, and must-read here, here, here, and here.

    Tesla OEM

  • Cargo Mats for Frunk & Trunk $70 & $130. Must-have some sort of trunk mat, since the trunk material is generally poor quality for heavy use.
  • Front Sunshade $75. Living in Florida, this is a must-have if you dont plan on tinting the top glass panel. The "front" is acutally the middle of the three glass panels, not the windshield.
  • Paint Repair Kit $55. Nice to have so you're ready for rock chips. So far I've had one that made it through the black paint and silver primer.


  • Aero Cosmetics Complete Car Kit $40. Highly recommended. Pricey but saves time for amazing results. Cheaper and better quality than CarGuys products. I liked it so much that I ended up buying this also.
  • Invisible Glass Spray Cleaner $4. Recommended that you have some glass cleaner that's not Windex. This brand is one of the best.
  • Wash Mitt 2-pack $16. Highly recommended compared to a wet rag.
  • Tire and Wheel Brush $8. It's important to segregate parts you use on wheels from parts you use on paint. This product is solid.
  • Grit Guard $8. Totally optional. Helps separate dirt in the bucket when cleaning. You'll see a difference in the water.


  • Tough-Pro Interior Mats $80. My opinion is that all-weather mats are a must-have. The stock mats are crappy, and all-weather mats make cleaning easier. These are cheaper than Tesla's all-weather mats. I'm happy with them but I'd buy the OEM Tesla ones if I could do it again.
  • Upgraded White LED Lights $13-$77. Must-have for the trunk. Optional for others. I replaced all 7 non-footwell. Easy install with a credit card. As a bonus, I have one left over, so PM me if you want it.
  • Kenriko Matte Wrap for Center Console $30. Must-have. Watch his install videos first. Customer service is excellent if you screw up the install like I did. The matte black matches the black leather interior perfectly. I'm sure the matte white is nice too.
  • Pet Cover for Trunk $45. I couldn't find anything better for driving my dogs, so I use this one with the back seats down, along with Tesla's rubber trunk mat. I'd say my setup prevents 90% of dog wear, and keeps any dog smell to a minimum.
  • Nomad Wireless Charger $130. Nice to have. Not available until end of November, but battery is integrated unlike the comeptitor's.
  • Rubber Cupholder Liners $25. Optional, helps with cleaning.
  • Drop Stop $20. Optional, makes life easier.
  • Air Compressor $25. Optional but recommended. Look for one with automatic shutoff.
  • Tire Plug Kit $8. If you're handy, this is a cheap solution to be ready for a flat. If you're not handy, get Tesla's tire repair kit.
  • Card Holder $5. Optional. Keep in your center console so valet has a way to hang your card key.
u/president2016 · 9 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating

Get this:

I ordered for Christmas and likely because of Amazons holiday hiring of newbies, I ended up with two. They said it wasn’t worth sending back to just keep it! Now both vehicles protected.

Drop Stop - The Original Patented Car Seat Gap Filler - Set of 2 (AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK)

u/09RaiderSFCRet · 8 pointsr/bikesgonewild

There’s not much you can do to prepare your buttocks other than preparing your subconscious. I hope you have a wonderful trip this weekend and take plenty of pictures to share. I’ve purchased this and it does help.

Zone Tech Double Strung Wooden Beaded Ultra Comfort Massaging Seat Cover - Classic Black Premium Quality Massaging Car Seat Cover for Stress Free all

u/taco-say-what · 7 pointsr/GolfGTI

Appears the price has gone up a buck. Still totally worth it.

u/joshuads · 7 pointsr/funny
u/tealplum · 6 pointsr/cars

It's called Drop Stop. Started as a pitch on shark tank.

u/6231 · 6 pointsr/4Runner

Drop Stop - The Original Patented Car Seat Gap Filler (AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK) - Set of 2

u/hammymchammerson · 6 pointsr/breastfeeding
u/KayFuj · 6 pointsr/juul
u/Astrum91 · 6 pointsr/funny
u/dualsport_dirtball · 5 pointsr/motorcycles

Laugh all you want, but it works if you have a cruiser or standard / adv bike that keeps the weight on your butt:

A sheepskin works well too.

u/verysharkyshark · 5 pointsr/GolfGTI
u/mrbliffy5 · 5 pointsr/crossfit

Get this instead of a towel. This wont let any sweat get to the seats. I dont know if it will keep bad body odor out of the car but it will help with your brand new seats

u/RememberJohnBoone · 5 pointsr/bjj

This is the perfect product.

been using it for a year. My judo dojo doesn't have much of a locker room and i live enar home, and I train late at night, so I just put this on the seat, hop in the car and shower at home.

u/tunersharkbitten · 4 pointsr/Toyota

something like THIS

u/MattCarl · 4 pointsr/civic

Thank you! No problem, happy to share! They're leather seat covers by a company called FH group (Amazon Link). They're a little pricier than regular seat covers but well worth it, they look and fit great!

u/timothycavinaw · 4 pointsr/cars

My girlfriend's family bought this for me one year.

Thanks, but no thanks.

u/pbwinner · 4 pointsr/Miata

It is a full reupholstery of your seats. Great for the price and fitment is perfect.

u/GonzoMadness · 4 pointsr/GolfGTI

I've got them too! Perfect fit for the Mk6 for under $10:

u/raider1v11 · 3 pointsr/guns
u/jkxs · 3 pointsr/SubaruForester

I apologize in advance for this long post. None of these are "must gets", but they are what I got for my 2016 Premium forester. I'm posting this for my own future reference as well as to help some people who are wondering what accessories might be good for their new forester. I highly recommend ordering from Jackie from Annapolis Subaru @ 443-837-1422 as she can get you some good prices on the subaru accessories as well as WeatherTech products! I saved on WeatherTech shipping costs (~$20) by ordering through Jackie and the warranty is the same as if I had bought them through their website.

Please note that some of these accessory links are for my specific car year, model and configuration. I have a 2016 Premium forester without eyesight (affects the Covercraft/heatshield sunshade - they also have eyesight compatible sunshades!).

Also, I personally didn't get my windows tinted, but I think that is something that you should seriously consider doing :)

Speaker kit

Tweeter kit

WeatherTech DigitalFit floorliner (1st & 2nd row)

WeatherTech cargo/trunk liner (without bumper protector)

Weather Tech TechCare floorliner and floormat Cleaner/Protector Kit

Gorilla mud flaps

Covercraft's UVS100 sunscreen - use promo code FREESHIP

Exterior Auto Dimming Mirror w/ Approach Lighting

Luggage Compartment Cover (manual rear gate)

Rear bumper cover

Auto-Dimming Mirror with Compass and HomeLink

Rear Seat Back Protector

Two Home Depot 5 gallon homer bucket

Heatshield sunshade (driver/passenger, second row, rear windshield, sunroof) - note that their website only shows only one side window (driver/passenger), you need to call in to ask them to add the second row side window ones - on my invoice it says part #1425S-A and #1425S-B

Antigravity Batteries AG-XP-10 Multi-Function Power Supply and Jump Starter (check eBay to see if priced cheaper)

Viair 77P Portable Compressor Kit (check eBay to see if priced cheaper)

Amazon stuff:

EZ Pass Holder for VA Flex

Aux cable

Stickershield (parking stickers, etc)

Dropstop seat gap filler (driver/passenger side)

Door panel removal kit (for speaker kit install)

Two grit guards

Microfiber Drying towel

Microfiber cloths (3 pack)

Car wash shampoo

Wheel brush

Resqme (window breaker/seatbelt cutter)

Wheel cleaner

Microfiber wash mitt

Reindeer costume for Christmas

Headrest coat hanger

Road reflective triangles

Duct tape

Odor eliminator

Tire air pressure gauge

OBDII Scanner (Bluetooth)

First aid kit

u/aMiracleAtJordanHare · 3 pointsr/GolfGTI

Seat handle inserts are easily the best value.

LED interior lights are common. deAutoKey is a popular site/brand and provides various kits. Crisp white light really makes the interior look a lot newer, imho. And many people go for colored footwell lights.

Under seat storage tray is an option, but not a cheap one.

u/Red_Inferno · 3 pointsr/tifu

Maybe you should have bought a Drop Stop. Saw it on shark tank.

u/rotisserie420 · 3 pointsr/Wrangler

This is under seat lockbox there are many different options for trunk and over head boxs depending on preference. Tuffy is a good brand to my knowledge.

u/throwawayvan85 · 3 pointsr/vandwellers

I wouldn't use a propane heater, I had more space than you in a RAV4 and didn't do it because it's such a fire hazard in a car. You need at least 3 feet of space between you, your belongings, parts of the car, and the heater so it doesn't melt or catch things on fire. Also in an uninsulated environment with lots of windows like a car the heat dissipates quickly, leaving you with all the moisture it puts out and not very warm unless you're sitting right in front of it.

I would suggest slapping some universal seat heaters on your mattress/sleeping pad, they are really easy to wire into your car using a simple fuse tap and have an on/off switch. You can switch them on to toast up your bed while you drive to your sleeping location and then it will be super nice and warm when you climb in, plus no extra moisture getting things cold, clammy, and creating condensation. You only have to be careful not to leave them on so they don't wear down your battery.

u/dwroushey · 3 pointsr/Miata

This was the kit I ordered:
Mazda Miata Front Seat Cover Kit for 1990-1996 Standard Seats, Black Simulated Leather
Like I said in the post it should fit better on '95 and older. It looks like the bottom seat cushion changed in '96 so it wasn't a perfect fit but I made it work.

I also needed to pick up some hog rings and pliers:
Drake Off Road PLIERSET-P Professional Hog Ring Upholstery Installation Kit

u/pmmeurbuttholeplz · 3 pointsr/Miata

You can find replacement covers on Amazon. If you want to diy.

u/TheNaCliest · 3 pointsr/GolfGTI

Rupse 2PCS Seat Lift Wrench Seat Insert Trim for VW GOLF 5 6 MK5 MK6 GTI

u/rockhopper92 · 3 pointsr/Miata

You can buy pleather replacement seat covers on amazon for $100. It looks fairly DIY and the pictures from reviewers actually look really good. Probably won't be the greatest quality and durability, but for $100 it's hard to argue.

Going to order them for myself. Here's the link.

Also, a picture if you don't want to read the ad:

u/Ninjamuffin_399 · 3 pointsr/Wrangler
There ya go! I’ve also seen them at autozone without the rear seat or the other accessories, as well as different options from amazon, I feel this is the best color though especially for my Jeep

u/hound-dude · 3 pointsr/AutoDetailing

i always change my shorts and jersey when I get off the bike, and I use a seat cover like this for the ride home:

u/jabatasu · 3 pointsr/GolfGTI

My favorite mod is my paint-matched rear badge inlay. No more shitty black bleached plastic on the rear badge:

Also, these seat lever inlays should have been installed at the factory. There's even an indention for them:

u/YouMeandtheREmakes3 · 2 pointsr/IFseniorclass

Cheaper alternatives that plug into your adapter in your car!

Trillium Worldwide TWI-2202 12V Heated Travel Pad

Wagan IN9438 12V Heated Seat Cushion with Lumbar Support (Black Velour)

u/PM_ME_UR_DECOLLETAGE · 2 pointsr/teslamotors
u/Dumbosaurus · 2 pointsr/Miata

My 2004 base has the cloth seats, but when I used to drive a 93 cavalier z24 with white pleather seats, they were pretty horrible when driving top down in the sun. I feel you, my back sweat was horribly embarrassing.

I was mostly able to fix the problem with those thick bead seat covers, as they put a little bit more air room between you and the leather. Something like this:

Good luck!

u/iPhantasy · 2 pointsr/ft86

There are 3 different connectors that you'll have to hook up to the connector that comes with the head unit that plugs into the head unit itself. The other 3 connectors are VERY easy to install. 0 electrical engineering education, but common sense and the color coded instructions on the back of the packaging explains all you need to know.

Radio Antenna harness

Main connection (two main connectors that came out of the factory head unit)

USB Connector (if your car came with usb at the bottom right of the center console)

Should mention that the stock AUX connection won't function. You will have to run an extension from the back of the head unit to somewhere in your car. I routed mine to the left side of the passenger seat held up by this thing.

I don't use the microphone for bluetooth so that's not connected. I don't plan on using my head unit for displaying for any video sources so I didn't bother hooking up the hand brake bypass. The GPS antenna I just stuck to some metal plate that was inside the head unit cavity (pretty strong magnet and pretty accurate).

You may want to pick up a bracket like this. to fill in the rest of the head unit cavity along the sides. I'm not too sure if this is the exact one for the head unit. Crutchfield automatically told me what parts I would need to completely setup the head unit including the bracket and connectors. I couldn't find yours on the site so I can't tell you exactly which bracket to get. They're both Pioneer head units so it's worth a try. The bracket is a generic bracket made for most Toyota cavities to support double DIN sized head units. I had to do some slight Dremel work to get everything to line up with the stock mounting bracket. A solid afternoon with everything and I was set by the end of the day.

I had to contact OEM Audio Plus about how to get power to their amplifier because they have a replacement harness for the stock harness. But that's information that doesn't pertain to you unless you own their system with a subwoofer.

Tl;dr: Links 1-3 are what you need to connect everything. Link 4 is some random accessory I bought that happened to work things out. Link 5 is a bracket adapter to the stock bracket. Last link is the site that showed me all the stuff I needed and I just looked them all up on Amazon.

u/starboxes0130 · 2 pointsr/orangetheory

I fell in love with this car seat cover! It's more towel-like in texture which was hard to find (I didn't like microfiber or more plastic-y stuff). I bought 3 and wash and dry mine every few classes.

Leader Accessories Grey Waterproof Towel Auto Car Seat Cover Machine Washable - Fit Yoga Running Crossfit Athletes Beach Swimming Outdoor Sports

u/KiDX77 · 2 pointsr/GolfGTI

The following is cheap and adds a nice touch. You could probably find it cheaper btw, I just linked the first one I found. I got mine for like $6 shipped.

u/veto001 · 2 pointsr/GolfGTI

Look at Cobb tuning for performance modifications, if your tight on money a stage 1 tune is plenty for most and it's honestly how the car should've came in the first place. It costs about 675 for a access port and an air filter. Cobb's biggest competitor is APR which is slightly pricier with a bit more, but the accessport is really unbeatable because you can flash your ECU yourself and do everything yourself. Couple aesthetics i would consider is something like the Mk7 side wings

I also got these from amazon

Makes entering the car feel a little bit better. This is my advice to you if you want to spend 1k or less. honestly the cobb accessport is a godsend and everyone should have one lol

u/omglol9312 · 2 pointsr/doordash_drivers
u/Wahhchaa · 2 pointsr/GolfGTI

The badgeskins ( look pretty awesome and are cheap and easy. Also the GTI seat handle inserts look awesome and are easy, something like:

u/paramatwal93 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

your best bet might be to post on the the gaming forums and describe your situation. i went to walmart and bought this chair and i love it. i gained 120 pounds so my old chairs gas pump fell through the base and was riding on the floor lol. so i found this chair that supports up to 400 pounds. i can say my back doesnt hurt and i really like it. it is stiffer than most so you cant recline as easily you will actually have to use your legs to push the backrest to lean back. but its comfortable, supports my 320 pounds, and doesnt make my back hurt after gaming for a while like my old chair. i used to feel exhausted after gaming because my back would hurt( since my old chair broke i was using a hard dining room chair) never again! this chair should last forever since ill never reach 400 pounds. you might want to go to your local walmart and try it out.



i also use this lumbar support cushion, this is the same one i have by samsonite.



i bought mine from burlington coat factory for $13


also if you dont know about lumbar support and how to use it, this video will help a lot


u/dglb99 · 2 pointsr/Miata

Yeah it can be hard to find sometimes. Another thing you could look into is getting new upholstery for your seats. For a whole I've thought about getting this kit. Seems to be priced well and it looks nice in all of the customer pictures.

u/FreeHealthCareNow · 2 pointsr/ProtectAndServe

I just saved your life. You're welcome.

u/TRM07 · 2 pointsr/CCW

I have driver and passenger on my 2007 jk. The passenger side probably shouldn't have fit, but I wiggled it in there, bent some stuff out of the way so it'd fit.

Bestop 42640-01 HighRock 4x4 Under Seat Lock Box for Wrangler JK, Driver side (Does not fit '11-up Wrangler 2-door Models)

That fits 2010 and down, not sure what year you've got.

u/asque2000 · 2 pointsr/SubaruForester

I got the cheapo Motor Trend ones off of amazon. They're cheaply made and the back strap broke already on mine, but a few minutes stitching it back up it works fine. I like that they're waterproof so if I spill a drink or am all sweaty when I get in my car it won't seep into the fabric. They're not the best, and they're a little baggy on the Forester seats, but they work fine.


u/napalm13 · 2 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

Sure thing. This is the specific one I use - it is for the car but has an adapter you can get to plug it into the wall. Very inexpensive and helped me so much - chair and adapter amazon links.

u/kiantech · 2 pointsr/wheredidthesodago

its because you know if you do buy it, its going to be a piece of shit even though you want it to work.

except this one gets pretty good reviews on amazon:

u/KinGCruM4o1 · 2 pointsr/simracing

NRG Innovations FRP-301 Race Style Bolster/Lumbar Bucket Seat (Large)

Really good full rigid racing seat for us big guys. Nice and wide. Would never put it in a real car, but for SimRacing it’s perfect!

u/pennies0000000001 · 2 pointsr/IdiotsInCars

I have these for both front seats. Worth every penny.

u/yes_its_him · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

LPT: have an extraction plan for vehicles where that is really effing hard.

u/bewaretakecare · 2 pointsr/funny

Got this as a stocking stuffer and it changed my life.

Drop Stop

u/1ate7 · 2 pointsr/funny
u/dpotter05 · 2 pointsr/funny
u/Rocketman999 · 2 pointsr/running

I have the Aries Seat Defender, would highly recommend it.

It's pretty basic, hooks over the headrest and just lays on the seat, rubbery underside and canvas-y top side. It's totally waterproof, doesn't stink even though I've never washed it. I bought mine 4 years ago, and still looks new and works great. 10/10 in my book.

u/CarbonWood · 2 pointsr/Miata

They also have a tan version. I've had mine for about 15k miles. These seat covers are very nice and I think the Amazon's reviews reflect that.

u/mcarp22 · 2 pointsr/GolfGTI

These seat lever inserts should be mandatory:

u/iRoswell · 2 pointsr/CCW

I used this for years in my wrangler. You’d have to have a vehicle with significant space under the seat

u/Tigerantilles · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Get a set of car seat beads like these.

Sure they look tacky, but they're effective in creating a gap between you and your seat allowing the back half of you to "vent".

They're not AC, but they help a lot.

u/Jimbogiant · 2 pointsr/GolfGTI

Here are the seat pump handle inserts:

I got these a couple weeks ago and I'm impressed with the very OEM look and fit.

I don't have the door sill inserts like OP, but that may change soon, they look sharp! Here's a link to what I assume OP has installed:

u/Filixx · 2 pointsr/Miata

Here’s some sauce

They aren’t anything special but they aren’t expensive either.

u/ironqqq · 2 pointsr/teslamotors

This is what I use on my car. I never have hot seat problem or sweaty bottom any more. It's a staple of taxi drivers in humid climates.

u/TaoTeChing81 · 2 pointsr/subaruimpreza

I thought there were leather, but leatherette $113 Amazon (sale)

Easy to install 2pc per seat. I do use ArmorAll on it and it keeps it nice.

Because it matches the car, many people think it came with the car. Been happy with them. Yes, the heated seats still work, in case anyone asks.

u/Izviral · 2 pointsr/GolfGTI

Those are the ones I have, they look fantastic. Perfect fit and high quality materials

u/Midtenn86 · 1 pointr/Miata

Here is what I got. I am not sure if they have 99+ upholstery available.

u/Indyvaper · 1 pointr/guns

I’m not sure what vehicle you drive so this probably isn’t compatible, but it works great in my jeep. Maybe you can find something similar that fits your model.

u/DoctFaustus · 1 pointr/cars

When I take my Spitfire on long drives I use a beaded seat cover. It allows air to circulate between me and the seat. That keeps my back from sweating and making me wet. I think they are ugly as sin, but it's comfortable.

u/eighty_sixed_86 · 1 pointr/Mustang

OP, some accessories I'd recommend:

  1. Tint. That should win the award for duh, sorry.

  2. Dashcam. There are many, check out

  3. Floor mats. Weathertech / is really popular. Most of their styles have a deep-ish footwell which is great if you live in rainy, muddy or snowy areas. I don't and prefer my feet to be 'no slip' when driving; went with Ford's rubberized mats and trunk liner.

  4. This one sounds cheesy but it works. Took my 16 GT on a 6k roadtrip this year. Getting out of the car and had my phone in one hand, something else in the other. Wouldn't you know it my phone fell into the space between the center rest and seat. Not fun getting it out. Bam, solution:

u/LeftMySoulAtHome · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The Drop Stop. I have one set in my Mazda and no longer find mummified french fries under my seat. haha.

u/cryptorchidism · 1 pointr/firstworldproblems

I assume you use 2x these and 1x this?

Really though you should just air-condition the garage.

u/sirdigbychicken88 · 1 pointr/Miata

Mazda Miata Front Seat Cover Kit for 1990-1996 Standard Seats, Tan (Saddle) Simulated Leather

I think they also make them in black!
I had it professionally installed but i know its possible to diy!

u/bombala · 1 pointr/Miata

I got them from Amazon, but yeah, those are the ones.

u/bishes · 1 pointr/cars

I bought this kit last winter for my wife's civic. It wasn't too bad to install but not something I would really enjoy doing again.

u/cortechthrowaway · 1 pointr/motorcycles

I got some Jamaican Beads for this season, and they've done a lot to help keep my seat dry on hot, humid days. Makes riding long distances much more comfortable. Only $10 at Wal-Mart.

Other than that, I just stop every 50 miles and pour a water bottle over my head.

u/javawebdeveloper · 1 pointr/tifu
u/halfrandom · 1 pointr/MINI
u/HopefulIvyAdmit · 1 pointr/PriusPrime

Im on vaca right now and I will be back in 4 days, I will
post pics then.

Link: Motor Trend 3 Layer Waterproof Car Seat Covers - Modern Black/Gray Side-less Quick Install Auto Protection - OS-274-GR

u/joesmith12277221 · 1 pointr/orangetheory

This thing works wonders.
Leader Accessories Grey Waterproof Towel Auto Car Seat Cover Machine Washable - Fit Yoga Running Crossfit Athletes Beach Swimming Outdoor Sports

u/rhdubisky · 1 pointr/Posture

I was in a similar situation to yours. I have a maxnomic chair comparable to DXracer. I found the included pillows terrible. I tried multiple lumbar supports with no relief. What finally worked was a samsonite lumbar support I found at costco (little more expensive on amazon) because it had more squish to it. When I use this one, my shoulders/head don't make contact and I'm able to play FPS games for hours at a time without pain.

This seems to be the one. It was $10 at costco (I plan on going back for an additional for work)

Also, with my maxnomic my feet weren't planted on the ground properly. Consider trying some form of foot rest if that is the case for you.

u/marcogopro · 1 pointr/GolfGTI

I also second with getting mosnter mats and interior LEDs, huge difference

Other mods I have for the list are:
•Illuminated shift knob - color matched to interior red lighting and dims with the dimmer switch (not sure if you have stick or DSG but have a spare for sale)
•Double Apex USB Charger - OEM + look to fill dummy ports, very easy install
•GTI seat inserts ($30 off amazon)
•Toe-Hook License frame mount (if you're in a state that requires a front plate)

u/ReproCompter · 1 pointr/TalesFromRetail

Maybe you need this. Drop Stop

u/maneyaf · 1 pointr/WRX

Consider a seat cover.

Infina Waterproof Car Seat Cover - Durable Neoprene Protector, Pet Protection - CrossFit, Yoga, Running, Beach, Gym, Fitness, Athletes - 100% (Gray)

u/triggerhappehx · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Not wired in yet. There's a few ways you can DIY it however. You can go to a junkyard and try to find some ZJ or XJ seats that have seat heaters in them (the XJ came with heated seats in the limited edition on 97-01 models), you can purchase a DIY kit from Amazon (you can also take your seats to an upholster and have them install it for you) or you can purchase new seats with heaters built-in from PRP or Corbeau.

Depending on the style you get, you may need a switch that has an ON/OFF/ON setup for low/high seat heating.

u/mrkondumb · 1 pointr/KiaSoulClub

I plan on installing one of these kits. Trying to figure out where to place the switch though.

u/MoleHairs · 1 pointr/GolfGTI

I picked mine up on Amazon.

u/Tomathew · 1 pointr/fordranger

Nice, I've seen those ones in there actually! I wasn't sure how they would hold; I'm always skeptical of seat covers that don't slide over the whole seat. I might give them a try, got a small rip in drivers side seat.

Backup plan is to get a new set of 60/40s from the scrap yard, put some aftermarket seat heaters in, and call it all new!

u/young_jawn · 1 pointr/AskWomen

Water bottle, a lock, headphones, booty bands, a sweet sweat belt, and a car seat towel.

u/Ralphwiggum911 · 1 pointr/crossfit

Waterproof car seat cover:

Machine washable, super easy to put on or take off the seat.

u/thkuntze · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

Some other options:

Full bench:

u/emoxihax · 1 pointr/Volkswagen

Wiring was easy i tapped into the cigarette lighter with inline fuses on each set ran the wiring into the center console and under the floor to the seats

u/Joe_Sith · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

You should invest in a couple of these. The couple of bucks has been worth the frustration it's saved me from not having to dig my phone or change out from between the seats and console I don't know how many times in the year or so since I've had them.

u/d00msdayxx · 1 pointr/funny
u/scrlk990 · 1 pointr/funny
u/abbynezer · 1 pointr/ChronicPain

Warm drinks, fleece lined leggings under pants or compression leggings with leg warmers over heavy socks, and slippers!

At work, I switched out my space heater that was making the air too dry for a seat warmer and it is the best thing ever.

u/solefald · 1 pointr/dogs

Leather. And then I throw a seat protector on in. Takes 2 seconds to remove when I have passengers.

u/lotheovian · 1 pointr/Miata

I reupholstered them myself for cheap ;)

Mazda Miata Front Seat Cover Kit for 1990-1996 Standard Seats, Tan (Saddle) Simulated Leather

u/iamsolow1 · 1 pointr/Jeep

Bestop 42641-01 Under Seat Lock Box for 1997-2006 Wrangler TJ

u/dropstop · 1 pointr/wheredidthesodago

Haha! Awesome thanks so much. You can order direct from our website. We'll be finding our way to retail very shortly and we'll let y'all know.

You can also order from Amazon and QVC, but right now our site has a free shipping code up for a Shark Tank's scheduled to be removed at 1pm PST. However if you don't get to ordering before then, just PM us for a free shipping code and we'll create one just for you ;-)

u/jjallllday · 1 pointr/Jeep

I would skip the CAI then, you go from “sure, I’ll give offroading a shot” to getting into some heavy trails real quick.. Trust me.

The upside to upgrading to that sub is to move the subwoofer to a spot that is rarely used and then utilize the prime real estate of the factory subwoofer (heck there might be a subwoofer box delete kit to totally free that space up).

Other ideas I’d like to do but can’t at the moment: cargo slide, under seat locked storage, drop down tailgate table.

u/snn28 · 1 pointr/Fibromyalgia

1000% recommend the heated seat/plug-in seat warmer. I have one similar to this that my husband got me for Christmas and it helps SO much with my stiffness and soreness on my commute. It actually makes me not dread getting in the car anymore. I hope you find something that helps you!

u/Dookie77 · 1 pointr/AskDocs

Try using a percussion massager in the affected areas. You can usually get one on amazon for around $30. You can also use a car seat massager with heater that can be used in the car and also while lying down of sitting on the couch or chair. Tylenol doesn't work so great for back pain so try aleve.

A couple suggestions:

Use them as often as possible, as it will help relax the muscles. If he doesn't have one already, he should think about using a back brace at work.

Good luck and take care of yourselves.

u/LVShadehunter · 1 pointr/leaf

This is what I got for my Driver's seat...

Had it about 5 months now, it is holding up well.

u/ton2010 · 1 pointr/TeslaModel3

I cover the seat with this after mountain biking:

u/Mombutt_long_and_low · 1 pointr/funny

The abyss. Get one of these:

u/Friendship_or_else · 1 pointr/VEDC
u/DroftheSax · 1 pointr/TeslaModel3

I use these for the front seats whenever I'm worried about color or moisture (sweat) transfer. I keep one under each seat just in case the passenger needs one. The are easy to put on and take off.

u/Whired · 1 pointr/Miata

Oh goodness no, I can't take credit there. I don't want to downplay the effort, it definitely takes care and patience, but the covers themselves are premade.

Here's a link to them if you're interested (again my review is that they're imperfect and not super great quality, but they do the job and are relatively inexpensive)

u/ahabeger · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

Hopefully the dealership cleaned the wheels well. I'd suggest cleaning them again and putting a sealant or wheel wax on the barrel of the wheels to aid in keeping them clean. The brakes on BMWs throw a lot of dust.

A quick interior detailer is a big time saver as the wood trim on the inside picks up fingerprints pretty quick.

I have two guzzler drying towels and sometimes that isn't enough for the vehicle, picking up a 3rd when they're on sale.

Get an in-car trash can. This one: fits behind the center console well.

Also get some drop stops since the gap between the seat and console is hungry.

My X5M is black exterior, black leather, black piano trim and a fingerprint magnet.

u/frsh2fourty · 0 pointsr/240sx

Just get regular s14 seats and cover them with these

u/elpapiflaco · -1 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Drop Stop - as seen on Shark Tank. Prevents stuff from falling between the seats.

u/EmpireCityRay · -25 pointsr/myog