2018 Honda Accord 2.0T
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I wouldn't dare suggest mud flaps for our cars. lol I'm not big on mud flaps, but if you don't have the comparable contemporary Honda splash guards on your car, go for it. They are subtle and don't diminish the appearance. And, the Honda ones are cheap. You might already have them. If not, they just might do the trick. Good luck, man. Keep us posted.I'll check it out thanks. I don't really want mud flaps but thanks for sharing!
That was my thought also.Are you routinely using the backseat or throwing something back there? Looks similar to what one of my kids had from throwing in their backpack and having zippers/clips hitting the paint. If it were from road debris, I wouldn’t expect it to be localized to that one particular spot.
Didn't use it on my Honda. Used it on a 1966 Mustang Fastback 2+2 Factory GT car, with 4 speed top loader and A code. A few chips on front of hood and roof, just behind the stainless around the front windshiekd.which dr color chip package did you buy? also was it tedious to do, i am not an artist at all haha
OK , Thank for Sharing ~ I have seen this Happen on few Cars & Trucks over the Years ..View attachment 4991 I have noticed on my car the driver side quarter panel edge that meets the backseat door keeps getting chipped on the edge of it. I attached a pic to show you what I am talking about. Does anyone know if there is a way or how to deter this from happening?