The Universal Wheel Tray Is Perfect for Eating in a Car

While many people eat in their cars out of necessity, a quick new way to make the experience more comfortable has emerged from an Indiegogo fundraising campaign. The universal foldable wheel tray allows its users to take a quick bite in any parked car or truck. It allows some amount of comfort for people who have to eat in such a small space, as well as for a quick cleanup once a driver is done with the meal.

The Wheel Tray Is Both Simple and Effective

The Wheel Tray in use. According to the makers of the Wheel Tray, the simple device allows drivers to eat in their car without creating a mess and in a more comfortable manner. The product promises that the days of driving with a greasy steering wheel will be over for those who use it. Its universal design allows it to be attached to any steering wheel and in any car or truck out there. The new gadget provides a very simple tray for food, drinks, or even a book.

The design of the Wheel Tray is deliberately as simple as it could be and can even be equipped with a whiteboard. It allows anyone using the tray to take quick notes while chewing their snack. The tray is made of materials that allow it to be cleaned with ease, even with antibacterial wipes. This makes the new product both easy to use and get ready for the next meal.

The Wheel Tray Can Easily Be Folded and Stored for Later Use

The Wheel Tray in its folded form. Notably, the Wheel Tray can be folded without any difficulty, and that allows its users to store it conveniently without having to spare too much space. While this simple gadget has quite an ambitious price attached to it, enthusiasts can get it without the whiteboard for a lower cost. The profit from most sales goes to the Indiegogo fundraising campaign for the products, and there is also a limited-edition design that can be purchased for some $65.

The crowdfunding project has an ambitious goal to reach its $15,000 goal, and is as of yet, far from reaching it. Since it was recently launched, the Wheel Tray has only amassed $356 through donations.