How do I prevent car seat indentations?

How can I prevent my car from getting seat indents? I have a fancy-schmancy new SUV with leather seats and I occasionally haul large boxes. I don't want the boxes to ruin my seats with indents, so how can I keep this from happening?

Congrats on your new SUV! I’m happy to say that to prevent car seat indentations, all you’ll need to do is place some towels under the boxes you haul. This will act as protection against the weight.
Your seats may still indent slightly, but they will definitely not be as bad. If you can, consider removing your seats or putting them down. For even more protection, invest in some high-quality seat covers.
No matter what you decide to do, you’re still going to need great car insurance to protect your new SUV. If you want to make sure you’re getting the best deal on the coverage you need, check out the Jerry app! We’ll get you customized quotes from top insurers so that all you need to do is pick the plan that works best for you.
Ben Guess
Answered on Oct 25, 2021
Ben has a BA in Journalism + Design from The New School, as well as three years’ experience in content writing and data journalism. They are deeply interested in how the car industry intersects with issues of inequity in the world, as well as in making auto insurance more accessible through writing. When they’re away from the keyboard, they enjoy baking, embroidering, and playing Dungeons and Dragons with friends. They are based in Boston, Massachusetts.

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