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Organizing Your Glove Compartment

Glove compartments hold many of a driver’s most important items. It often holds a variety of paperwork such as their vehicle registration and proof of insurance, as well as any number of other important documents such as their car owner’s manual. Other items for emergencies, such as a flashlight, maps or a first-aid kit, may also find their home in the glove compartment. All these things are important, but they are not worth much if you can never find them in the first place.

Glove compartments are normally quite small, and the sheer number of things that go into them make it very easy for them to become cluttered and disorganized. This may lead to many problems, such as misplacing an important document or even simply spending a great deal of time looking through the clutter to find whatever it is you need. Your can easily solve these problems by taking a few simple steps to organize your glove compartment. This organization may seem unimportant at first, but its true value will become very clear the next time you have to find your registration for a traffic cop or you need your flashlight to change a tire in the dark.

The first thing you will need is a way to keep your important documents in order. You can best accomplish this with an expanding file that can easily hold all of your documents and still retract to fit into the glove compartment. Be sure to write clear labels on the file to allow you to find what you need quickly. Once your documents are in place, the rest of your items should be easy to organize. Simply make sure any emergency supplies can be reached easily and quickly when you need them, and you are done.

All my best,

Gwyn Mendez

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