Protecting your car’s wheels from corrosion or damage from debris is important. Pilot wheel covers are an excellent addition to your vehicle if you want the best wheel protection possible. As an added bonus they are also stylish which makes purchasing them a no brainer.
When it comes to purchasing aftermarket wheel covers, the durability and materials used during manufacturing are the most important aspects. As expected, Pilot prioritizes this during their manufacturing and design processes. They are made out of rustproof ABS plastic which is both strong and durable. These Pilot products are better than metal wheel covers since those can get corroded due to the elements. They are also stronger and will not bend or break during normal driving.
Dealing with road debris is inevitable and it can result in costly repairs due to damaged wheels and tires. Pilot wheel covers also offer excellent protection against hazards on the road. Instead of the debris hitting the wheel and possibly damaging it, the custom wheel cover will take the hit instead. Since they are made out of such strong materials it will just bounce off while not damaging your wheel or tire.
While these Pilot products offer excellent protection, they also look very stylish. They come in styles such as flat black for an aggressive look and chrome for a custom and premium appearance. These Pilot products are also coated with high quality chrome plating or paint that will not chip or be scratched which means your wheels will be looking good for years to come.
Installing Pilot aftermarket wheel covers is also a very simple process. They fit on most domestic and imported cars so yours are sure to fit great. You must first adjust the retention rings on the cover for the exact specifications of your wheel. After that you may fit the cover over the valve stem and then slowly work the product over the wheel. Be sure to be careful since you do not want to break any of the hooks on the product. After it has been secured, you may then repeat the process on the other wheels. If everything has been secured, you may take your vehicle out for a drive and show off your new custom wheel covers.