The Car Storage Bag Box was designed to instantly complete your car with all the extra storage space you EVER wished for. Instead of dropping your things and losing items forever into that abyss under your seat, you can turn that DANGER ZONE into a STORAGE ZONE! With this car seat caddy stop items from dropping under the seat and keep hard to reach areas clean. Create extra storage within easy reach. It can also be used to store a wide variety of items such as maps, glasses, tablets and cell phones. Help prevent dangerous distractions. Installs in seconds. Just slide into position. One size fits all, flexible sleeve adjusts to fit. Stays in place when seats are moved back or forward. Buy it now!
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