PEOPLE are only just discovering a secret feature that will mean no more spilled takeaways on your car seat.
This hack will make it easy to bring home your food and avoid any hard-to-clean stains.
The famed "curry hook" started life as a handbag or shopping bag hook but motorists have discovered it works better as a place to hang up their takeaway bags.
It was first introduced in the Nissan Almera back in 1996, and the much loved feature is still present in the current Qashqai and X-trail models.
The nifty hook will save drivers having to hoover out any spilled food in their footwells and avoid long lasting odours left behind.
However, its original function still holds up and serves as a handy place to keep your handbag.
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Without the hook we may still be scrambling around trying to pick up the lose items that fell out as we took a sharp corner too quickly.
Other amazing hacks people are only just becoming aware of include the hidden petrol cap holder.
Some motorists were surprised to learn that they could slot the petrol cap nicely into a flap on the cover.
The nifty trick then keeps the cap out of the way while the driver fills up with petrol.
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However, not every make and model has this feature but a good number of motors do including the Nissan Juke.
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