The Best Car Accessories Under $20
There's no song that will make sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic bearable for more than three minutes. That's why you need to take matters into your own hands. Transform your daily commute with the best car accessories and gadgets. Before you know it, you may even be looking forward to driving.
Is there anything more stressful than running around the house looking for your car keys when you're already late? Make your mornings easier with a key finder that has a two-way alarm system. It can also find your lost phone so you don't have to quietly creep around your home so you can find it when it's on vibrate.
Never say this again: "I could have SWORN I left them here."
Back and neck pain: We all have it. You're not alone. Anyone who spends some time in the car should invest in a seat cushion that provides support so that you don't have to pop a few Ibuprofen when you get to work. Hint: Bring it into the office for optimal comfort at your desk, too.
Never say this again (as a result of driving): "I need a massage."
Back in the day, it was like everyone wore leather driving gloves. Steering wheel grips are like the modern version of them. It may sound a bit over the top, but a steering wheel cover will make you drive more comfortably AND safely. Plus, it will prevent wear and tear, which is bound to happen fast when you're a commuter.
Never say this again: "This steering wheel is FREEZING!"
Picture the scene. Your phone slides off your lap and into the deep crevice of the center console. Is it underneath the seat? Is it gone forever? Difficult to say. Suddenly, no red light is long enough to look for it. Frustration ensues. Prevent this from happening with a seat gap filler. It will make your life easier. Trust us.
Never say this again: "Where the @#$% is my phone?!"
Sure, it seems like a basic accessory but that's the beauty of them. Say goodbye to throwing your purse on the floor or your grocery bags in the trunk. Smart adults have hooks on their headrests. Be like them.
Never say this again: "Sorry for the mess in the front seat."
You could just open the window for fresh air. But what about those times when you're going 70 mph or it's 16 degrees and snowing? You're probably not going to be rolling them down then. Behold, a travel humidifier for your car. Plug it in easily with a USB and you'll be clearing the air (and your sinuses) all before 9 am.
Never say this again: "It feels stuffy in here."
There's a reason all your Lyft and Uber drivers have one. It's 2018, people. Stay off your phone, and keep your eyes on the road. You and your driving record will thank us.
Never say this again: "I promise I won't do it again, officer."