A 2008...I'd let the dealer figure it out. (and let them fix it)
Another thought...many people put a diamond plate panel across the lower front to protect it.
A third thought would be a piece of weatherstripping or foam on the edge of the cover. Maybe you can find something at an auto parts store to edge it with.
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