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Has anyone solved the problem of finding a mug or cup that will fit in the cup holder insert ?  Store bought water bottles

fit, but every/any cup/mug/ I've tried is either to large to even fit into the insert or if the bottom fits, it has a flare on it that

prohibits it from fitting properly at all.  Yeti and other brands are too large, and I don't want to worry about spillage, etc.,

with styrofoam cups.  https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/qzEAAOSwklJa~cUU/s-l64.jpg

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I guess that you know you can remove that insert and that allows a larger cup size to fit.....

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Yes.....I bought the insert thinking that there'd be cups to fit it.............the ones I have (Yeti similar) are too large

in the holder without the insert (20 oz size).  I'm thinking there are probably some hot drink users out there

somewhere, who've found something that fits.....going to start carrying the insert with me to stores and try on

cups....😏

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I got a container made by Reduce at Walmart a few years ago. Fits perfectly.

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The easiest fix of them all is do not allow any liquids in the car, usually it ends up being spilt anyway!

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