A bumper protector protects the paint, which saves a lot of money on modern cars!

Modern day cars have special paints that protect the underlying material, the stuff that makes up the bodywork. And this paintjob is more expensive than you might think. A lighter car uses less fuel and accelerates faster, to name a few reasons. This is all very well and good of course, but it also means that the bodywork of cars has changed over the years. Rather than separate panels for each part of the car, the full body of most modern cars consist out of less than 5 panels. So what, right? Well, it also means that once you scratch the paint, you will have to replace a huge part of the car’s bodywork! Prevent scratches by ordering a bumper protector, and other protective materials such as door strips, at Car Parts Expert.

Protect your car from dents and scratches with a high-end bumper protector

A bumper protector can be bought in a variety of materials, some of which are highly resilient against scratches, bumps and dents. One of the most vulnerable areas in the bodywork of your car, is its rear bumper. Naturally, it sticks out to protect the rest of the car, and its occupants, but it often gets needlessly damaged. You can scratch it when putting your groceries in the boot, or dent it when attaching a trailer. Prevent this sort of unnecessary damage by ordering a high-end bumper protector at Car Parts Expert.

Competitively priced, good looking, easy to mount: is there a reason not to buy a bumper protector?

Looks like a bumper protector checks all the boxes, right? Allow us to explain these advantages a little further. Today’s bumper protectors look very stylish and are much more durable, due to the use of materials like carbon fibre and ABS. Because these materials are used by car manufacturers for quite some time now, protective accessories have considerably dropped in price. And to top it off, the high quality, double-sided, adhesive tape that Car Parts Experts applies to its protectors make them very easy to mount. ‘Nuff said, right?