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Old 01-21-2011, 06:26 AM   #61
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I don't understand how one goes about making garbage in their truck. I've had parking receipts a couple of times that went in a cup holder for an hour. On a road trip I brought a napkin in the truck...once. Are people eating fast food or something in their trucks ?

I don't get it.
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Old 01-21-2011, 06:35 AM   #62
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How much trash are we talking? I throw mine in the cubby in front of the adjustable cup holders and then empty when I get home or somewhere with a trash can.
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No matter where I am at if there is a trash can that is either at my house or if it is at a business I will throw my trash away.
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Old 01-21-2011, 02:53 PM   #64
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Usually I use a walmart bag or something like that. But I have very disrespectful friends who think my floor boards and bed are trash cans.
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Old 01-21-2011, 02:56 PM   #65
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i don't let people eat in my truck :P
I don't either. No matter how careful they say they'll be, they will always end up dropping something or try to be a ninja and wipe their hands on your seat.
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Old 01-21-2011, 02:57 PM   #66
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I don't either. No matter how careful they say they'll be, they will always end up dropping something or try to be a ninja and wipe their hands on your seat.
x3... This is why only my girl and I ever ride in my truck. I tell my other friends to fuck off... Unless they drive a nice, clean Tacoma as well. Then they're ok.
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Old 01-21-2011, 03:05 PM   #67
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I have this one. It holds a lot when you blow it out. I don't want anything bigger because I don't want trash hanging out that long, and don't want a trash receptacle taking up any more space. Its waterproof so if some coffee in a coffee cup spills in there it doesn't drip.

http://www.amazon.com/High-Road-Auto.../dp/B000I12GXA

While I don't have this exact make/model, I've always kept something very similar in my truck and in the wife's car.
Empty them when they get full or start to smell, whichever comes first.
You can pick up something similar at most autoparts stores, even places like Target in the auto supplies aisle.
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x3... This is why only my girl and I ever ride in my truck. I tell my other friends to fuck off... Unless they drive a nice, clean Tacoma as well. Then they're ok.

lol. I'm not that bad. Anyone can ride in mine, just not eat in it. I know what you mean, though.
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I don't understand how one goes about making garbage in their truck. I've had parking receipts a couple of times that went in a cup holder for an hour. On a road trip I brought a napkin in the truck...once. Are people eating fast food or something in their trucks ?

I don't get it.
On long road trips (over 12 hours), you need that garbage bag believe me!
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lol. I'm not that bad. Anyone can ride in mine, just not eat in it. I know what you mean, though.
Haha... I'm pretty anal in general when it comes to keeping things clean and for being nearly 13 years old, the trucks in great condition and I want to keep it like that til it eventually dies... and I resurrect it to die again. And I usually let girls ride but only if they're not the type to be trying to do their makeup in the vehicle. That straight annoys me!

Honestly, part of the reason I got a truck was so I'd have enough space for exactly two people. I'm tired of giving people rides to places.
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Old 02-02-2011, 08:12 AM   #71
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Old 04-11-2013, 11:00 PM   #72
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It's an old thread, but I haven't seen good solutions anywhere online.

I recently picked up an old airtight container typically used for cereal. I attached hooks to it and secured it to the floor behind the cup holders in my center console with bungee cords. The hooks weren't attached tightly with epoxy, so I just drilled two bolts into the high density plastic to secure any up-down/side-to-side movement with the bungee.

It matches the interior, looks good, is out-of-the-way (unless you always carry three in the back, then the center person may need to straddle it), and is airtight and is quick on/off. I only bring this up, because a few of my friends (fellow local Tacoma owners) are doing the same thing for their trucks to help with organization and trash-management--and I haven't seen it done/mentioned anywhere online.
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Old 04-12-2013, 02:53 AM   #73
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Yeah, it's called a 5 gal bucket....bungee cord it to the bed extender....has a screw on lid...
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Old 04-12-2013, 02:55 AM   #74
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i throw all my trash in my bed, cans cardboard receipts grocery bags whatever usually empty it out once a month or so
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I just throw my trash out the window,(just kidding) they sale a cheap trash bag at Wally World ,it has a hanging tab and on the bottom has double sided sticky tape have one in all my trucks.
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Best thing we've found and used for years (just ordered another one to match the interior color of the new highlander) is the Case Logic Trash Bag. Has a strap with clip to attach around the headrest posts and hangs behind the seat. Velcro bottom to empty it in the "real" trash and has a bungee type opening in the top to keep it almost completely closed but expands so you can stuff things in it (so they won't come back out even in the wind with the windows down). We've got one in both vehicles hanging from the front passenger seat so even as a driver I can reach over and dump wrappers and such in it. Best trash bag we've ever used hands-down! And they're only around $5 on the internet.
x 2 on this I have had the same one since I was 16 I have moved it from vehicle to vehicle (5 total)
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Window.. I dont understand the point of dumps.. I like to spread the trash around, to avoid the impact of putting all the trash in one place.
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I just use an old walmart bag and hook it over the gear shifter and let it hang on the passenger side. I found that to work the best

this.

been doing it like this for years. simple, ez, holds a lot of soda bottles
or whatnot, unlimited supplies, tie in a knot and toss it out
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