Every truck owner likes to take good care of their vehicle. From the looks of it, there are more and more truck owners out there every year. Pickup truck sales increased by 8% in August 2015, and for every eight vehicles sold throughout 2013 in the U.S., one of them was a full size pickup. The most popular and well-known brands — Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors — continue to account for 90% of all truck sales.
But once you get that truck off the showroom floor, it’s up to you to customize and protect it as best you can. Protecting the bed of your truck is a no-brainer, but with so many different types of truck bedliners out there to choose from, how can you know which is best?
Here’s your guide to two of the most popular types of truck bedliners: drop in and spray on bedliners.
Most people who choose to own trucks do it out of necessity. Trucks are ideal for transporting and carrying large and heavy items. If you are constantly carrying around heavy items, it is a necessity. Additionally, if you work as a contractor of some type or own your own contracting business, the truck bed of a truck can be very useful and necessary. However, most truck owners will notice that their trucks get dirty and ruined very quickly because of all of the wear and tear on them. Because you are constantly transporting heavy objects, mostly in the truck bed, your truck bed can quickly become damaged. Fortunately, there are things that a truck owner can to do prevent and to improve the condition of their truck bed.
A liner of some sort is great at preventing premature wear and tear of your truck b