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Innovative Park Right Parking Mat - Bright Yellow
Park your car safely and easily with the parking mat. Roll over the first hump and be stopped by the second to know that you have parked in the exact right place, every time.
Helps park your car safely and easily
Prevents damage to your car and your garage
Anti-skid tape prevents mat from moving
One size fits all vehicles
Reflective strip for increased visibility
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89 of 98 found the following review helpful:
Help Me Park!Mar 13, 2010
We recently purchased a vehicle that's larger than our last one. It's quite long and we needed something other than a tennis ball hanging from a string from the ceiling! We looked everywhere - car specialty stores and all the big box stores. This product, even including shipping was still 25% less cost online at Amazon then in stores. BUT the big thing is how great it works. Just like going into a carwash and allowing your tire to fall into the groove to start your car moving...It has an adhesive peel off on the pack to ensure it doesn't move - but you'll need to add additional adhesive to hold it in place. It moved after the first day, so we used 2 sided carpet tape.
55 of 59 found the following review helpful:
Great ValueMar 31, 2009
By Sean L
I'm happy with purchasing this product over the vast selection on the internet. The product sticks to the floor & has not moved; even with my large mud tires I still noticeably feel each bump and know when to stop; it's highly visible when backing into my garage.
The only problem I have with this product is the sticker used as the reflector falls off without help. A little super glue took care of the problem!
18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Needs A Stronger RedesignFeb 19, 2013
By Fireman Rick
I've owned this mat for a little over a year. I agree with another reviewer that the mat needs to be made out of rubber instead of plastic. Even though I pull onto the mat slowly, the mat's front tire stop is crushed. The mat's attached adhesive strip is not sufficient and the mat will shift. I solved this problem by putting four 2-1/2" Tapcon flat-head screws through the mat's pre-drilled holes and into my concrete garage floor.
UPDATE: I bought another parking mat and filled the cubes on the underside with a clear resin (the stuff they put on the tables at Hooters, etc.). It became brick-hard and hopefully will not crush like my first mat. I'll provide another update in a year or so.
UPDATE 2.0, Sept. 2014: The hard resin-reinforced parking mat seems to be holding up much better than my first mat.
30 of 34 found the following review helpful:
Works Great...buy some Gorilla GlueDec 07, 2010
By J. Fudin
The product works perfect! After reading reviews I chose not to rely on the double sticking tape. I bought some Gorilla Glue at Lowe's and used that on the entire backing and over the double sticking tape. I used an inexpenisve paint brush to apply it directly to the backing of the mat. I think the mat will outlast the concrete at this point. For anyone that has a problem with their mat staying in place, just buy Gorilla Glue.
36 of 42 found the following review helpful:
Simple & effectiveAug 02, 2010
By Daniel W. Grout
My garage is just barely long enough to accomodate my vehicles, so it is important for me to stop at precisely the right spot to avoid bumping the front wall or having the closing garage door scrape my rear bumber. The traditional Tennis-ball-hanging-from-the-ceiling solution was too dependent on the lateral position of the vehicles due to the curvature of the windshield. I tried an electronic solution which turned out to be too imprecise (go figure). I turned to this product. It is foolproof and perfectly suited to the job. I use the mats for two vehicles with 18" and 20" diameter wheels respectively. It would be less effective for wheels larger than 20" as the length of tire footprint would likely exceed the space between the "bumps."
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