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Protecting the inside walls of your van or truck

In collaboration with Meilleurutilitaire.com

Do you transport heavy and cumbersome equipment all day long? Very often these boxes, metal bars or even pallets are deposited in a brutal way inside your van or truck. This causes of course multiple scratches, dents, but also dirties your vehicle enormously, which will decrease its resale value or cause you problems when you return from a long term rental.

Therefore, when buying a truck or a van, it is important to think about protecting the loading area from the blows of the transported material. Indeed, manufacturers produce vehicles with practically no interior protection and the transported loads can damage the bodywork, which is made of very thin and easily deformable iron sheets. The dents caused by the impact of the materials damage the protective varnish, resulting in the formation of rust which, in the most serious cases, even pierces the bodywork.

For a negligible cost, there are loading area protectors with ceiling, floor and walls protection and this will surely cost you less than taking the van to the workshop to intervene on the bodywork when the plates are already rusted.

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