Used Mercedes-Benz Luggage Covers
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About Luggage Covers
A vehicle Mercedes-Benz luggage cover hides the contents of a vehicle’s boot to keep them private and secure. There are two common types of Mercedes-Benz luggage covers. The first is a fixed shelf made of strong plastic and covered with fabric. This luggage cover sits in a groove in the vehicle’s chassis at the top of the boot behind the passenger’s seat. It forms a shelf which obscures items from view and passengers can use this for extra storage. When the boot is lifted the Mercedes-Benz luggage cover lifts with it so items can be retrieved.
The other type of Mercedes-Benz luggage cover, which is becoming the more popular choice in modern vehicles, is positioned in the same place behind the passenger seats. This is a top-loaded fabric blind which is attached to a plastic housing. The blind is retractable and slides in to a slot which has been cut out on either side of the boot’s chassis to hold it in place. These blinds have a handle in the middle to make covering and uncovering the boot simple, and it is possible to easily retract the blind with one hand to retrieve items from the boot.
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