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.
Michelle Kinney, MLS