Post # 1
I always struggle with where to put my purse when I am driving and I have a passenger in the front seat. I end up throwing it in the back, but it rolls all over the place, and sometimes I forget to zip it up and it’s a mess. Where do you put your purse in the car?
Post # 3
I put mine between the seat backs on the arm rest. My purses are huge so they pretty much stay put.
Post # 4
I usually put it in the back seat.
Post # 5
If I’m alone it goes on the passenger seat, if I have someone else in the car it goes on the floor in the back seat.
Post # 6
If its small to shove itbetween me and the door. If its too big it goes on the back seat or if I know the passenger well enough they can hold it or put it at their feet
Post # 7
If alone in the passenger seat, if have someone with I put it on the floor by my feet and make sure it is hugging my seat so it doesnt bother me driving
Post # 8
Passenger seat , if someone is there – on the floor behind the passenger side seat
Post # 9
I make my passenger put it by their legs 🙂
Post # 10
On the floor of the passenger side, or behind the passenger seat.
Post # 11
I put it in the passenger seat, but when that is filled it goes on the FLOOR in the back. I put it on the floor because it doesn’t roll around nearly as much as on the seat.
Post # 13
On the floor of the front passenger seat…unless I have someone with me who is not my husband (then it goes on the floor behind the passenger seat). Poor Darling Husband puts up with having my purse next to his feet if he is my passenger, though!
Post # 14
Agreed — if someone is in the car with me, I toss it in the back seat, and sometimes, that can be a little disastrous.
Post # 15
Either the passenger seat, or the floor of the passenger seat. Occasionally on the floor in the back of the car, but most of my passengers are fine with having a purse at their feet.
Post # 16
It always goes in the passenger seat if nobody is there and in the passenger seat floorboard if somebody it. I usually put it close to the side or the seat so it wont be in the way of their legs.