DRIVERS have been blown away after learning a clever cup holder hack – and it's bound to come in handy.
The footage was uploaded to popular social media site TikTok by a user named kashdharni and has racked up nearly 2 million views.
And the video shows a handy hack that most motorists may not even know exists.
The TikTok reveals there is a special compartment to store your key fob right next to the cup holders.
Kash then shows how extra security can be achieved by sliding a handy panel shut over the compartment.
For those motorists who have a habit of losing their keys, this will certainly make your life much easier.
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And for some motors, the handy slot actually helps recharge the key fob if the battery dies.
Despite being a seemingly simple hack, some viewers in the comment section clearly learnt about it for the first time through the TikTok.
One commented: "Not me putting my phone in that space by the cup holder."
While another user said: "It even wirelessly charges the key fob battery so you never have to replace the battery."
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"Are yooooou serious?!!!!!!! I am trying this today," said an incredulous third.
But some thought that storing your key fob was unnecessary or it didn't work in some motors.
"Nope, it stays in my purse in my car with me," commented one careful TikToker.
While another quipped: "Hear me out… pockets."
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It comes after another TikTok revealed a little-known key fob hack that could save drivers a fortune if they get locked out of their cars.
Meanwhile, a group of friends tried out a simple DIY hack to fix a dented car and were shocked to see that it worked.
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