Since our founding in 1992, everyone here at Roll-N-Lock Corporation has been committed to revolutionizing how pickup truck owners utilize their trucks. Over the years we’ve made significant advancements in how we design our tonneau covers, and we’ve seen our market grow to over 50 countries around the world. But how did we get started?
Cleaning the housing on your Roll-N-Lock cover is just as important as maintaining the vinyl cover. In part 2 of our maintenance blog series, we look at how to properly clean the housing, tracks, and drain tubes. Debris lodged in the housing can prevent the cover from functioning as intended. We recommend regularly checking the unit and side tracks to ensure any debris is removed right away. Below is a step-by-step checklist you can use to clean your tonneau cover housing.
The Highway Data Loss Institute (HDLI) released research data conducted regarding insurance theft claims from 2010 to 2012. If you drive a pickup truck, you’re going to want to pay attention! Pickups were the first five vehicles listed as being the top targets for thieves! This data is for both the truck itself as well as any contents stolen from the bed. The exact numbers are difficult to trace because the HDLI does not distinguish what percentage of these numbers are vehicle thefts versus content theft. However, for whatever reason the Ford F-250 sits on top of the list. This even prompted Ford to release a statement about the list!
Every truck owner wants to get the most out of their truck. Whether you’re driving to a work site, helping a friend move, or going off the beaten path, maximizing your bed space helps make any job easier and more efficient. Truck bed covers are an excellent addition for drivers looking to protect and secure their truck beds and come in a variety of styles: roll-up covers, retractable covers, and hard plastic or fiberglass to name a few. We’ve put together a few helpful questions to ask yourself while you determine which cover is best for you.
People often ask us why they should buy a Roll-N-Lock over a folding tonneau cover and while we may be a little biased, we think the answer can be summed up in three simple words… Quality, Security, Versatility. The company was founded on these three guiding principles and it is still the driving force behind everything we do more than 20 years later.
We pride ourselves on building the best and most advanced truck bed covers in the industry and nothing makes us happier than hearing from our customers. Seeing our products work hard to protect the belongings of those who work so hard themselves is why we do what we do.
Thanks to the clever engineering of the Roll N Lock design staff, select M-Series retractable covers are now compatible with the popular Back Rack Cab Guard. Perfect for fleet or work truck buyers, this union of products opens up a whole new world of possibilities. Tough, rugged and secure, there’s no better combination of accessories for the truck owner who wants his or her pickup to do exactly what it was made to do… work hard.
Secure. Rugged. Versatile. Choosing a Roll-N-Lock tonneau cover for your pickup truck helps you work smarter. Along with our installation manuals, we’re constantly adding new videos for truck owners to install your bed cover with ease. Our latest video provides step by step instructions on installing the M-Series or A-Series tonneau cover on 2015 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks. The video follows our staff install the cover and calls out important details throughout the installation process. Be sure to check out some additional tips below.
Roll-N-Lock, an American manufacturer of tonneau covers and cargo management products, and a brand of Lund International, proudly announce the debut of its state-of-the-art E-Series truck bed cover. The E-Series represents a significant step forward in tonneau cover functionality and ease-of-use, and is available for customer purchase in November 2017.
Whether you have an A-series, M-Series, or E-Series Roll-N-Lock tonneau cover, it’s important to start protecting it from Day 1. This will help extend the life of your cover and ensure it continues to operate smoothly year after year. When manufactured, truck bed covers are treated so that they’ll repel water and other contaminants like dust and sap, but eventually, that initial treatment will wear off, and leave your cover vulnerable to weather and other environmental hazards.