I agree on the footwear. My QV is not a daily driver, but I rarely get to drive her, so we're taking her for our Thanksgiving trip.I suppose footwear selection may help, though that's not very practical if QV is your daily driver.
I'll get there one day .I love my car and love my family. I do my best to protect the car, but life happens. Unless it's a garage queen my advice FWIW is to take some deep breaths and expect wear and tear.
P.S. I wasn't always this way!
LOL they'll think he's the next Walter White loading 3+ hazmat suited people into the car
My son wears a size 15 shoe and he can never get in and out "cleanly" lol. When he got in the car yesterday, of course he, my wife and daughter were all giving me a hard time (lovingly) and laughing... wondering what in the world was I doing. I told my son "you'll realize what it's for when you do it". Two hours into the trip, mid-sentence he stops and says "whooops! Dad, I know what the tape is for now!". I was like "you just rested your foot on the footwell, didn't you?".Thats a whole new level of protection
I know kids might be bit more violent lol but you may not need to worry so much, specially with black interior