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2020 Ram Tradesman Rear Seat Covers

Does the back seat in your truck ever become a shelf? Yeah, ours do too. Pretty sure that's normal. Sometimes, people can even find a spot to sit! If the back seat of your truck is usually home to kids, tools, dogs, or waders, you've probably found something back there that was pretty gross. Hopefully that stuff scrubs out! So, yeah, front seat covers are arguably the most important. If the truck is going, that means there is at least one person up there and that's where stains or rips are most likely to happen. If you can only get...

The Ford Ranger is Back!

It was December 22, 2011. Highland Park, MN. A heavy darkness settled over the country as the last Ford Ranger for North America rolled off the assembly line. The scrappy, iconic, little pickup no longer would be. Yes, there were other mid-sized trucks, but they weren't the Ford Ranger! They'd have to do, but not because anyone wanted them to. Just because there was no other option. It's been over seven dreary, Rangerless years but things are getting better. The Ranger is back and it's ready to go to work. Soon you'll see the little trucks everywhere, picking up where...

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...

It’s A No-Brainer

Franklin, TN is a historic city of about 75,000 people.  It takes a team to make sure a city that size runs smoothly.  That team requires a lot of equipment. Eight hundred pieces to be exact.  Meet the man that makes sure those 800 pieces of equipment are in tip-top shape, keeping the city going. David Barker has been the fleet manager for the City of Franklin for over 10 years.  He is in charge of purchasing and taking care of all the vehicles and equipment the city uses.  As a seasoned fleet manager, his priorities are to be as...

Hidden Costs Are Fleet Cancer

Hidden costs are like cancer in your fleet. You don’t see them but they are there, eating away at your profitability, slowly eroding your efforts to be efficient.  You don’t feel the pain until you look at the reports at the end of the month and see how much money has been tossed away to fix little things that you didn't think about.  Sometimes you never see what you've lost... it just never shows up and you get used to it not being there. Any fleet manager without an unlimited budget knows that it is a constant battle to keep...