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Seat Covers: Accessory or Necessity?

Both.  How's that for an answer? What Are You Doing? If you're slapping some purple, fuzzy, Tweetie Bird covers on your Camry, they're probably an accessory.  Even if you're the kind of person that gets bored with a plain, boring, gray interior like everyone else has and wants to spice things up with an epic camo pattern, they're still an accessory. When your seat covers become a part of your work truck, that's when the story changes.  When your truck's covers are in place to prevent your day-to-day from tearing up the seats in your vehicle, then you can start...

Sell Your Trucks!

Used vehicle prices are up.... way up from last year! According to Automotive Fleet, vehicles from commercial, government, and rental fleets are worth 8.1% more than they were last year at this time.  That's a decent chunk of change! Part of this change in value is due to the fact that new vehicles are also more expensive.   So, you're paying more for your new vehicles but if the old ones are in good condition, the increased auction (or trade-in) value will help offset that. It pays to keep your vehicles in good condition, both mechanically and aesthetically.  A truck that...

2019 Ford Super Duty Covers

We've got seat covers for the new 2019 Ford Super Duty trucks!  Some things have remained the same as the 2018 trucks and some things have changed.  What fun would life be without a little variety? What is the same? The front seats.  The trucks will still have the same bucket seats and 40/20/40 seat configurations as 2018. See seat covers for 2019 F250, F350, F450, and F550 trucks here: XL - https://www.tigertough.com/products/?period=2019&make=ford&models=f250-xl&row=front-seat XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Limited - https://www.tigertough.com/products/?period=2019&make=ford&models=f250-lariat&row=rear-seat What Changed? The rear seats in the Crew Cab trucks (SuperCabs are still the same as 2018).  Ford changed the hinge...

It’s Pretty Bad.

We don't normally post pictures of torn-up seats because you know what they look like.  You might think "My people would never do that." or you may say "Beginners!  I wish mine still looked like that."  Either way, they're no fun to look at. Today is a little different though. This picture was shared by the Hollis, NH police department after they told us they were putting TigerTough seat covers on their new police cars. Want to guess how long that vehicle has been in service?  Three years.  That's all. Not only is the seat destroyed, the cushion is ruined...

Police Fleet Expo

It’s almost time for another Police Fleet Expo. The time when police fleet managers get together to compare notes and have meetings, classes, and a few beers together.  They also get the chance to check out the latest and greatest products from their favorite equipment manufacturers. As you wade through the sea of flashing red and blue, you’ll see an orange glow.  That’s us. We don’t have the flashiest products there (pun intended) but we do have a way to help save your fleet some cash.  Which is pretty important, we’ve been told. The TigerTough team is pretty pumped to...