I recently purchased a 1992 Suzuki Carry and the driver's floor mat had a hole worn through it. I wanted to replace the floor mats, but I could not find one for a Carry as old as mine. The ones advertised on eBay do not fit as they are for newer models of the truck. I looked everywhere online for new or used floor mats for my truck, but found nothing. Then I thought that I'd make my own and use the old floor mats as a pattern, but the old floor mats are raised around the edges to contain fluids and I didn't want to lose that. What I decided to do was put an insert on top of the old floor mats. I searched around and decided on this flooring material: Rubber-Cal Diamond-Plate Rubber Flooring Rolls - 3 mm x 4 ft x 2 ft Rolls - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DCR5GKG?ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details&th=1 The cost was $20.00 When it arrived I carefully traced the outline of the mats with scissors as I cut the material to fit. Took about 45 minutes total. I then attached Velcro strips to the floor mats and the new insert to secure the new material in place. Below are photos of how they turned out. I'm happy with them.