As with everything, it’s all about technique as I found to my detriment using these mats for the first two times. The key, after a successful third attempt, is to peg them down both front and back at every stage of the journey off the soggy grass pitch that you find yourself on. And on both tyres as well. It becomes a very longwinded process if you only have two mats per wheel ( as we currently have) so I would recommend you buy ten so you have 5 either side. This should make light work of the situation.

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