Another poster has brought up to me the same concern I brought up on the "Incredible Hulk Hole" for the gas latch door lever. I live in Minnesota and this large hole is right where I bring my snowy and slushy feet and also kick my feet off with salty snow and slush, that I think going to be an issue. There is no need for that big of a hole to flip a lever. All you need is a "1 inch by 1 inch hole" to get one finger in to lift the latch, not your whole hand to 3 fingers in a fully wrap around the lever, like you are grabbing a commercial office door handle. Maybe if some of you winter users like me want to call the TuxMat manufacture in Canada and ask for a cover to "fix" the design flaw. We could attach a cap or hood by using a couple of 6-32 or 8-32 stainless steel nut/bolts and flip open the cap to get at the lever to fix this LARGE snow and slush entry point. Otherwise, I love the mats, they are far nicer then Weather Techs I normally buy. I hope we can fix this, through the manufacture designing a fix.