We all have that person who’s tough to buy gifts for—because they have dang-near everything already.
But that probably means they need a way to lug it all around, right? Here’s a list of ten smart vehicle cargo accessories that can help them transport all of last year’s gifts.
Ever seen a lone couch cushion on the side of the highway? This solves the problem of cargo jumping ship…err…truck while you’re driving. It’s a smart way to keep things from shifting around in your bed as well.
Sometimes called a “Safari Basket,” these helpful cargo carriers buy you some much-needed space on family road trips and off-road excursions. There are plenty of spots for you to attach hooks, bungees, and straps to keep things secure.
Got a receiver hitch on the back of your ride? Then you’ve got a way to add some extra space for camping gear, a grill, lawn tools, or anything else that you can secure there. They’re beneficial for road trips and work duty too.
Transporting a canoe isn’t as easy as it looks. And that’s saying something, because transporting a canoe doesn’t even look easy. This clever receiver-mounted loader however, changes that.
A good complement to a safari basket or any vehicle with roof racks, these cargo bags protect your gear from the elements—and prying eyes.
These roof-mounted boxes add so much cargo space to your ride, it’s like having an extra trunk (or frunk, if you’re driving a Corvair).
Perfect for things like golf clubs, fishing poles, and loaded party subs, these boxes come in handy on vehicles without a lot of longitudinal space.
Driving with a set of skis jutting out of your passenger window gets old real quick. Transport your skis and snowboards safely and securely with a Thule rack instead.
Improperly secured kayaks become very bad airplanes at highway speeds—make sure yours don’t. These specialized racks come in a range of sizes and styles.
A good choice for folks who leave their basket on year ’round, this rack’s low-profile design offers reduced drag. Until you strap a Sousaphone up there. Probably lots of drag after that.
Looking for smaller gift ideas? What person wouldn’t want to unwrap a nice set of tie down straps or cargo anchors?
They’re the gifts that keep on giving, Clark.