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Q: How do I use the luggage net?

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How do I use the luggage net?

A: The luggage net can be used to hold items d...

The luggage net can be used to hold items down in the trunk, so that they don’t move around. To use the luggage net, simply attach it to luggage net holders, which are located around the inside of the trunk.

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