Hi Gang, Just a public service announcement for those of you who are experiencing premature seat pillar wear from sliding across them when you get into your car (see pic). This is also extremely helpful if you have a bad back as I often do. I actually discovered this method after my back surgery a number of years ago when I had a Corvette. It'll help keep those pesky scuff marks from your shoes off the door sills too. It's a win-win-win! Anyway, it's been a lifesaver for me when my back hurts and it's got the added benefit of saving wear and tear on your seats and seat pillars. Hopefully it may help some other folks too. Here it is: 1. Turn your back to the open door and sit your butt in the driver's seat sideways leaving both feet planted firmly on the ground outside the car. 2. Then lift your feet up and over the door sill, and swivel around in the seat until you are facing front. 3. You get out of the car the same way, only in reverse (swivel sideways, place feet on ground outside the car and stand straight up). 4. Voila! Try it. You'll like it. You'll never go back to the old ways again.