Inventor Williams patent pending invention called the Motor Vehicle Seat Wedge is a triangularly-shaped device that, when inserted between a bucket seat and center console, prevents small items from falling down between the seats and the console of the vehicle.
LINCOLN, NE Inventor Lincoln Williams announces his patent pending invention known as the Motor Vehicle Seat Wedge.
Inventor Williams developed this clever innovation, which is a device that, when inserted between a bucket seat and center console, prevents small items from falling down between and under the seats of the vehicle. The device consists of a long, thin triangularly-shaped cushioned wedge that is approximately 18 inches wide with a base of 4 inches that terminates at a rounded point. The device can be used singularly or in pairs and is inserted upside down between each front seat and the center console by firmly wedging it in between the stationary objects. When in place, the device eliminates any gaps into which small objects may fall. Thus, any objects escaping from a persons pockets or hands are contained on or near the seat surface. The device may be covered with virtually any material and is easy to install and remove without the use of tools. The use of the Motor Vehicle Seat Wedge reduces the occurrence of lost items, thus saving the user time and aggravation, while also providing for driving safety.