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 calling them a necessity.
Construction workers, linemen, roustabouts, and roughnecks know what we’re talking about. They’ve got work to do, they don’t have time to worry about keeping their truck sparkly clean. Not when you’ve got some of the dirtiest, toughest jobs out there. Those fleet managers know that quality seat covers are a necessity if they want to get anything for their trucks when they’re done with them.
Travis from Black Hawk Energy Services talked about it here: An Extra $3000 In Resale Value
Bryan from Anderson & Wood Construction has proved they’re a necessity here: North Dakota Construction Trucks Look Like New
And Dan from the Hollis, NH Police Department would tell you they’re a necessity: Here Is Why
So often, fleet managers and owners look at work truck seat covers as an accessory. They’re right if they’re just trying to make their trucks look cooler, but if they’re committed to making their fleet as efficient and cost-effective as possible, seat covers for their work trucks are
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