I own a Nissan MiniVan. It has a handy little "table" that sits in between the 2 front coach seats. This is where I keep my little basket of goodies. However I am sure there are plenty of spots in other vehicles to tuck such a thing.
1) The First Aid! The School Size box in the back contains first aid supplies:
Nothing fancy or expensive here. Everything came from Target or a Walmart, and most is "travel" size. I have Tums, Tylenol (Both Adult & Children's), Dramamine, Benadryl, Single Packets of Sinus Medicine & Advil, Children's Benadryl & Zyrtec Single Serves, Band-aids, Gauze, Alcohol Pads, Hand Sanitizer and Kleenex. Some Odd Ball items are Bug Spray (for impromptu outdoor outings, and Tweezers for Splinters & Ticks). I usually keep a Travel Size Sunscreen in there also, but I had run out and hadn't replaced it at time of photo.
2) The Fun! The slim green box contains a few items to keep the kiddos entertained for those times we are stuck waiting in the car.
3) The Food! The tiny clear case contains non-melty snacks.
4) The Paper Products. What vehicle that regulars shuttles children would be complete without the Kleenex and Wipes!
5) The Oddities. These are items that we simply cant do without, however I doubt most people would need to add these items to their Vehicle Basket.
It all tucks nicely and neatly in my Little Longaberger Lunch Basket!
So that wraps up my Travel Around Town Basket. Hope you got a good idea or two!