Here’s a convenient way to add a clothes hanger to your car

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NEWS – Most cars have a built-in hook inside the top of the passenger door that can be used to hold a hanger when you need to transport clothing that you don’t want to wrinkle. That will work fine but it’s not nearly as nice looking as the Maxsa Car Butler. The Maxsa features an all wood and metal construction 17.75 inch wide hanger that attaches to the back of your vehicle’s headrest. If you want one to keep your shirts, jackets, blazers, etc. wrinkle-free while you travel, head over to Amazon where they are currently priced at $29.38.

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  2. I had a gadget like this in my car since the early 1990s when I had to wear a suit to work. I often had people pull up next to me and ask me where I got it.

    But, the photo is all wrong. Why would you put it on the passenger’s seat? The driver would have to walk all around the car to hang up a coat.

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