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Car Top Cargo Carriers

Written by James Lyons
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Sometimes my wife and I simply load up our car top cargo carriers and head to the beach for a couple of days. Our car trunk is always full, so we rely on these waterproof carriers to keep our baggage safe and dry. The storage space in these car top cargo carriers is deceptively big and they fold up for easy storage when not in use.

I don't think I have ever found a car trunk big enough for my family's luggage. Instead of piling luggage into the car's interior, we finally shelled out the fifty bucks for a two car top cargo carriers, one for each car. This did not solve the problem but it made it much more manageable.

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