My tin and flat opener and corkscrew are permanent fixtures in my cup holder now. When I make turns, there is clinking. Sometimes I make turns just to create clinking.
I also have towels and baby wipes in case there is puppy vomit. I never rule out the possibility of puppy vomit.
The “cat-in-red-shoes” sheets were on my grade-school bed. I took ’em from my mom’s house when I was there this winter. Now they are seat covers to help manage dog hair.
Related: the management of dog hair is a futile undertaking.
What I want to say to you is this: You might need one of those hair roller sticky things if you sit in my truck. Or a hepatitis shot.