The 6 Best Universal Truck Bed Mats

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We spent 28 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top options for this wiki. Just because your truck actually has to work for a living doesn't mean you want it to look beaten up. These mats can protect the bed from getting scratched, dinged, or discolored, and their universal fit ensures they'll be compatible with whatever model you're driving. They can also help safeguard any cargo you might be lugging around, as they can prevent it from slipping and sliding in transit. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best universal truck bed mat on Amazon.

6. Load Handler Doubl

5. Westin 50-6325

4. BedRug BMX00D

3. BDK Heavy-Duty

2. Dri-Dek Interlocking

1. Dee Zee DZ85005

Editor's Notes

April 17, 2019:

The Dee Zee DZ85005 earned the top spot due to its extreme thickness and durability. It's tough enough to withstand the rigors of professional use without being overkill for more recreational users. Plus, the budget-friendly tag should keep it within just about anyone's price range.

The BDK Heavy-Duty is perhaps better suited for larger applications like covering a shop floor, but it's nevertheless capable of offering quite a bit of protection to your ride. Anyone lugging around large, heavy equipment will be smart to consider it.

The BedRug BMX00D and Dri-Dek Interlocking are the most unique options listed here; the former is more squishy and forgiving than most of the hard plastic options we chose, while the latter is extremely versatile and easy-to-use. While both are well-suited for a variety of applications, users will find the BedRug to be much more comfortable, as it can make activities like camping, stargazing, and drive-in movie-going downright luxurious. Just be absolutely sure you're going to keep it, though, because you will have to put some holes in your truck to install it.


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Last updated on April 17, 2019 by Quincy Miller

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