Organization on the Road
Whether we commute daily to work or are the local chauffeur to the neighborhood kids, it is invaluable to keep our vehicles maintained and organized. Start with a few basics that will get you on the road to organized travels.
-Have at least one small trash receptacle in the vehicle, or 2 if it has more than 2 rows of seating.
-Keep maps and a mini phone book in a storage pouch behind a front seat.
-Keep a folder with a secure closure for important papers such as insurance documents, maintenance records, and mileage logs.
Invest in backseat storage containers for kids to keep books, crayons, and travel games.
-Place a small tote in the trunk for transporting small items so they won't roll around while you travel.
Organization on the road is much easier when we take a few minutes to prepare before sliding behind the wheel.
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Michelle Kinney, MLS