Are Rubber Floors the Same as Vinyl Floors?

We get a lot of questions asking if our vinyl automotive flooring replacements are made of the same material as some brand name, heavy-duty floor mats. Read on to see how our complete vinyl flooring replacement is a good option for hard-working vehicles.

Rubber is a naturally derived product, made mainly of latex extracted from a rubber tree. This latex is combined with other organic polymers and water to form a rubber compound used in common, everyday products. Although durable, rubber is more cost-prohibitive to produce, especially on a mass scale.
That brings us to our vinyl flooring products. Vinyl is created with inexpensive polymers, water, and other products through a polymerization process. This process yields a very durable product to protect your vehicle’s floor. Because it’s less expensive to produce, we are able to offer many different vinyl-flooring options for a variety of vehicles.
In addition to the relatively less expensive cost of production, vinyl flooring is highly resistant to many chemicals. High durability and ease of cleaning makes it a great automotive flooring solution for trucks, cargo vans, and freight transport vehicles.
Read more about our Vinyl flooring for cars, trucks, and SUVs, or search for your vehicle by Year, Make, and Model at the top of this page to discover the right car or truck vinyl flooring product for your vehicle.

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us and we’ll help create a custom vinyl flooring solution for you car, truck, or SUV.