Make a DIY car trash can with this common household organization staple.
Use silicone baking cups in your cup holders as a catch-all for crumbs and dirt to avoid awkward clean ups (Amazon, $8).
And if you don't have a cup holder, you can always use a roll of duct tape.
Add more backseat organization for the kids with a little help from shoe organizers.
Clean your hazy and foggy headlights with a bit of toothpaste, a toothbrush and some good old-fashioned elbow grease (Target, $6).
Even though we all hate to admit it, sometimes the drive-thru is the only option. Keep the interior of your car clean by using this genius idea to eat and go.
Q-tips, they're not just for ears anymore. Clean out your vents with these little hygiene products using this DIY car detailing method.
Save money at the car wash using this DIY upholstery cleaner.
Keep your car smelling fresh and new by making your own DIY air freshener in your favorite scent.
Speaking of a fresh-smelling car, placing an open box of dryer sheets will keep your car smelling like fresh laundry, and really, what's better (Walmart, $3)?
Unlock frozen car locks faster by squirting a bit of hand sanitizer on the key and lock (Walgreens, $4).
Avoid squishing your tissue box by making your very own holder using none other than a coffee cup.
Don't know what side to pull up to at the gas station? Now you do.
Keep your car doors safe from yourself by using a pool noodle in the garage.
Keep your lady items on hand at all times using this DIY kit.
If you don't have someone on hand to carry your extra key, you can always have it with you.
Whether it's for camping or long drives, this inflatable mattress fits in the backseat of your car perfectly (Amazon, $120). But remember, everyone in the car should be buckled up for safety.
Use a yoga mat to make your very own DIY car seat protector with this tutorial.
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