Nice and Shiny. See you still have piles of snow on the ground too. Ours is slowly melting with the warm-up.
Seeing your mud flaps reminded me to ask how you liked their performance with the snow. Did you get too much accumulation on the mud flaps?
The snow is a little misleading, SnowItch.
Reason being the snow removal crew pile the snow on our front lawn since there's a sewer drain right there for days like today when it's all melting.
The kids love it when there's lots of snow, the little hill in front of our house has been high enough for them to toboggan down!
It's a balmy 50F right now and higher throughout the week (about time LOL).
We're seeing most of the neighbours out today as we sweep the garage, sidewalks, etc.
It's great to get outside for some fresh air.
As far as the mudflaps, they've performed well to protect the paint and keep the vehicle cleaner.
I watched for excess snow accumulation in the wheel wells and on the mud flaps on heavy snow days.
Nothing out of the ordinary, probably the same accumulation as with regular, more flexible flaps or none at all.
The occasional boot or broomstick to knock off any accumulation, no big deal.
There's small rectangular indented sections at the bottom of each splash guard.
I'm thinking the intended purpose is to catch loose rocks, mud and snow and prevent them from spinning around in the wheel well, I don't know, have never seen any like this before..