How £4 B&M gadget transforms your motor from basic to brilliant in seconds with no faff – & it doesn’t take a tech whizz

<div>How £4 B&M gadget transforms your motor from basic to brilliant in seconds with no faff – & it doesn’t take a tech whizz</div>

ONE cheap, no faff gadget can turn your car from a messy nightmare to a tidy dream in seconds.

For as little as £4 – say goodbye to cluttered cars for good.

<div>How £4 B&M gadget transforms your motor from basic to brilliant in seconds with no faff – & it doesn’t take a tech whizz</div>
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A simple gadget is bringing tons of joy to motorists[/caption]

B&M’s Auto Tech Car Boot Organiser costs just £4

Bored of your boot being an unruly mess? A boot organiser can store all the items a motorists might ever need – or chooses to leave – in the back.

Extension cords, dog leads, de-icers, scrubbers, shopping bags or whatever else ends up shaking about in the boot as you drive can instead fit into its array of compartments.

The organiser can then be stowed to one side to make room for other things or folded flat when not in use.

Who knew something so simple could bring some many motorists joy.

And you can find the Auto Tech Car Boot Organiser for only £4 at B&M as well as other shops.

The Sun also told of an inexpensive Amazon product that will help you keep warm this winter and is flying off the shelves.

The heat and massage cushion allows drivers without inbuilt seat heating to enjoy a warmer ride.

They only need to plug it in and attach it to their car seat.

The item costs just £15 and has glowing reviews from motorists who have sampled it.

Another product that won’t set drivers back is a nifty 85p household item that cures condensation inside the car.

Campervan builder Will shared the “secret trick” in a TikTok video and said it will prevent motorists using “harmful” and “harsh” products on their cars.

He recommended a gentler alternative – a simple household glass cleaner, which he says often doesn’t have the same chemicals that anti-fog products contain.

He added: “It’s my biggest tip for getting rid of condensation.”

Meanwhile, a car buying expert has revealed the £250 item that your dealership must provide with your motor – a spare key.

Having one could be a lifesaver in an emergency in an emergency when you’ve lost your original or, even worse, accidentally locked it in the car itself.

Specialists from Bristol Street Motors advised Brits that they are “well within their rights” to demand a spare key be provided by the dealership.

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