The 10 Best Car Seat Covers
This wiki has been updated 7 times since it was first published in March of 2018. There's nothing quite like the fresh interior of a new car, but time wins all battles and, eventually, fabrics rip, stain, and fade. Everyday driving, equipment hauling, and taking road trips with friends, family, or pets can all put wear and tear on your upholstery, so we've found the best covers to protect your seats from further harm, as well as return them to a new-looking condition. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best car seat cover on Amazon.
Coverking Neosupreme Boasting a guaranteed perfect fit, the Coverking Neosupreme are lightly cushioned for comfort and water resistant for extra peace of mind. They won't cover up a seat's side controls, either, so protection doesn't come at the cost of functionality. coverking.com
CalTrend I Can’t Believe It’s Not Leather The CalTrend I Can’t Believe It’s Not Leather are perhaps a little pricey, but because they really do resemble leather, many find them worth the cost. They come in eight colors and are available for a wide range of car and truck makes, from BMW to Ford. caltrend.com
Carhartt Dog If you're a fan of the company's signature look, then you may like the Carhartt Dog, crafted from ringspun cotton duck in instantly recognizable Carhartt brown. The main seams are triple-stitched and the seat belt openings are rivet reinforced, so it's made to take some wear and tear. carhartt.com
July 03, 2019:
Because of the quality offered for the cost, we still think the FH Group Ultra are a strong choice, especially since they come in plenty of colors and don't droop, sag, or slide like many. As with most choices, however, just be sure to check for an accurate fit before purchasing. We also still like the URPower Dog Hammock. It's been upgraded to include a mesh panel that lets you see your precious pets while offering them better airflow, which is a nice touch. But we decided to remove the Naipo 3D due to availability issues, adding the Snailax Massage in its stead. The latter doesn't offer fan cooling as the former does, but it vibrates to keep your muscles relaxed on those long drives. Plus, it's surprisingly inexpensive for the functionality, and it even includes a remote with a timer function for your convenience.