Considering how much time we spend driving, it’s nice to put your own stamp on a car. With the average Briton spending nine hours behind the wheel each week, time is bound to go by quicker with the help of a few personal touches – whether it be a sweet-smelling air freshener or a collection of CDs (that’s definitely better than anyone else’s). However, some motorists are more eccentric with their approach to interior design. The UK’s favourite car buying service, webuyanycar.com, has revealed the most weird and wonderful items that awaited unsuspecting customers after being left behind by previous owners. From the funny to the downright shocking, here are the strangest things found in cars that’ll make you think about checking your glove compartment a second time before selling… A four year out-of-date tin of baked beans We all like a snack on a long drive. But baked beans just seems like an impractical choice for the roads. Maybe this was what caused someone to leave a tin wedged underneath their passenger seat, only to be found by a shocked webuyanycar.com buyer in Wrexham. Even more concerning was that the four-year-old tin was found three years into the ownership… Read full this story
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