You’re good about cleaning out your car now and then. Yet somehow it always seems to get messy again in no time. Wouldn’t it be nice to actually be able to put groceries and luggage in your trunk without being hindered by all that other junk?
Maintaining order in your car doesn’t require fancy bins, boxes or bags. Instead, a bit of dedication to changing poor habits is what it takes for sustainable, lifelong organization in your automobile.
Need a bit more inspiration? Another great reason to get that junk out of your trunk is improved gas mileage!
To keep your vehicle in tip-top shape, resolve to make these three habit changes and you’ll see big results:
- Get the trash out. Each day after work, park near a trash can and take 3 minutes to empty the car of any garbage, no matter how small.
- Don’t use your trunk as a storage space for anything other than automotive necessities. Period.
- Make plans to get those errands done. Have merchandise you need to return to the store? Boxes of junk to take to the donation center? Stuff you borrowed and need to give back to your friend? Get it done, and it won’t pile up in the car.
Got too much junk in your trunk? Here’s how to organize your car.
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