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5 Things Every Hunting Vehicle Needs [PICS]

With hunting season right around the corner, it’s time to get your hunting vehicle ready to go.

Your vehicle is an important tool that gets punished during hunting season.

Here are five basic upgrades that can be added to your hunting vehicle to keep it in good shape and make it more enjoyable to hunt out of.

Toyo Open Country M/Ts

Be honest. Every hunting season your vehicle ends up somewhere you didn’t plan for it to go.

With Toyo Open Country M/Ts, you and your vehicle will be better equipped to tackle the terrain. Whether it be mud, sand, rocks, or brush these tires can handle it.

Sportsman Camo Covers

Sportsman Seat Covers are rugged and durable. They make custom seat covers for almost all vehicles.

These seat covers fit better and stay in place better than any other seat cover on the market. They also have fast shipping and are easily installed. Not to mention, they’re proudly made in the USA.

They are specifically made to protect your vehicle from dogs, mud, tools, and everyday wear and tear. They have a great selection of camo patterns as well.

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Sportsman Seat Covers

WeatherTech Floor Mats

Floor mats are a necessity for a hunting vehicle that has carpet. The WeatherTech floor mats are laser-fitted and they have floor mats for a ton of makes and models of vehicles.

Floor mats protect your vehicle from muddy feet and save you time while cleaning out your hunting vehicle. Just pull the mats out and hose them down, then let them air dry or wipe them with a cloth and put them back in.

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WeatherTech

Brush Guard

Brush guards are mounted on the front of your vehicle and protect from damage. They are useful and protect from branches and other obstructions in your way. They also help with added confidence with slippery slopes or going through thick timber or tall grass.

First Aid Kit

A first aid kit isn’t an addition to your hunting vehicle, but every hunting vehicle should have one. Keep it in the console or the glove box and make sure you have it.

You may never need it but it is always better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it. A bad cut or even a severe headache can end your peaceful day of hunting.

Make sure your vehicle has what it needs this season. Be prepared and enjoy what you drive.

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5 Things Every Hunting Vehicle Needs [PICS]