Zippers are a common feature on most vehicles, and are essential in keeping your vehicle secure.
They help protect the door from scratches and can be very effective in preventing punctures or leaks.
They are designed to fit over doors and windows and are fitted with a rubber backing.
Here are the different types of zippers you’ll find in the car, and how to choose the best one for you.
Zipper type The main types of zipper that most people use are the ones with the zippers opening wide to allow the opening of the door to close.
This is a standard method used by most cars and trucks, and is called a ‘door zipper’.
There are a few exceptions to this, and it’s up to you to decide what is best for you and your vehicle.
If you have a hatchback or hatchback convertible, then it’s possible to have two doors open wide, one for the passenger and one for both.
The door zippers can also be fitted with the doors open on the front and back, or with the door closed on the side.
There are also a few versions of this zipper, which are referred to as ‘side zippers’.
Side zippers are available for cars and other vehicles that have a ‘front-facing’ roof, such as a hatchbacks or convertibles.
You can choose between these two models depending on your car and how much space you need between the door and the hatchback.
Door zippers on cars can be made from a variety of materials, including rubber, metal, plastic and leather.
You’ll find them on a wide range of vehicles and models, but there are four types that we’re specifically looking at: Standard door zippers: these are made from either plastic or leather.
They can be fitted to any door from hatchbacks and convertibles, up to a full-size hatchback and a hatchtop.