Turn your car into a dining room with the Saucemoto

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NEWS – COVID made me the master of car picnics. Back when many restaurants were closed to indoor dining, we would take large Tupperware containers to serve as our “tables” while sitting in the car. It was a juggling act trying to situate our sandwich and fries in a small car, but the hardest part was figuring out where to put the ketchup packets. Yeah, I know… first world problems… But it’s obvious that others have been thinking about it too because the Saucemoto is now a thing. What kind of thing? It’s a vent-mounted sauce holder kinda thing. Just like the phone mounts you’ve seen, the Saucemoto has rubber fingers that grip the vent and there’s a small washable basket that is designed to hold your sauce. Or you can place the larger sauce packets right over the holder. Clever! The Saucemoto comes in a variety of colors and is priced at $9.99 for a pack of 2 on Amazon.


7 thoughts on “Turn your car into a dining room with the Saucemoto”

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  2. I wouldn’t trust it. I’ve had iPhone holders with those little clippies fall off. Sauce falling off would cause a huge mess.

    1. John, I definitely would not drive with an open sauce container in one of these holders. But if it’s like some of the phone holders I’ve seen, the little rubber grippers are pretty robust. That said, I don’t even think this would work in my Mini Cooper. My air vents are round, not flat.

      1. I have a Dodge Charger Scat Pack. Admittedly, I’ll eat in my wife’s Jeep Wrangler, but then…it’s a Jeep. It can take it!

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