Have you ever noticed that when you have a passenger riding in your jeep how dirty there side gets. And your side is always clean. I dont know about you. But it bugs me when someone doesnt at least tap there feet together before getting in the passenger seat. It takes a long time,trying to get all the dirt and crap off the carpets. Is it me? Or am i just being a to protective of my investment.
I'm okay with dirty shoes that's why I have mats. My daughter was notorious with filling the door pockets of my BMW with garbage. I took the doors off my Jeep and that problem disappeared. Dirt is dirt and can be cleaned. It's the damage people do that keeps me from giving rides.
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When I am wheelin, does not matter to me if the rig gets dirty or not..
Thats what its for to wheel and get dirty.. When I got back on the highway with it.. I liked to keep it somewhat clean.. But then again.. It was a jeep. gonna get dirty in my opinion.
Dirt did not bother me so much.. It was the puke that they left everywhere..
I would just make sure they cleaned it up..
I hear ya although what people said about just getting out the carpet floor mats and putting in some hardened Jeep mats would be optimal. I was at Uwharrie a few weeks ago and my Jeep was covered in dirt on the outside but still clean inside as I kept all my windows up. My bro jumps out of the passenger side to spot me and walks through all kinds of NC orange clay and then hops back in afterward. I had to slap him.
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