The Steering Wheel Desk Tray Makes Your Life Easier (and Shorter)

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How many of you found themselves at any given moment in the need to find a flat surface in your car, so that you can better write down a phone number, a license plate number or whatever? We know we have and, by God, regardless of the cars we've driven, none of them provides such a surface.

Well, all that agony is now over, as AutoExec introduces the WM-01 Wheelmate Steering Wheel Desk Tray (a.k.a. laptop steering wheel desk). The device is as simple as they get, as is nothing but a piece of plastic which can be attached to any steering wheel of any car. When not in use, it can be safely deposited under the seats of the vehicle.

Now, for all you salesmen (and women) out there, this is like a dream come true. No need to stop the car, get out, go over to the hood and write. No need for leaning over to the right seat, in one of the most uncomfortable positions known to men (and women). No need for punching holes in the paper you are writing on, as the pen finds its way into the indentations on the steering wheel.

Still, the device must be used with caution. Below you will find a set of photos of both the product itself and the consequences its use while driving may have upon your well being (sure, the crash photos are not a consequence of using the desk, but you get the idea).

In case your wondering how would the desk cause such crashes, you should know it may not be the writing itself which will get you (after all, you all text while driving, don't you?), but the impossibility to steer properly with the damn thing attached.

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About the author: Daniel Patrascu
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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