Owners Manual Holder

Can someone tell me where I might be able to purchase a nice organizer that would hold the manuals that came with my new Accord? I need at least 4
sleeves. I got spoiled when I drove Volvos, and I should have kept the organizer that came with my last Volvo, Honda doesn't give you anything.
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I use a file folder in my file cabinet for organizing my manuals. Most of the time my reading glasses are home, so to read them I have to be home {;^)
Brian
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I could see that as being the case if I only looked at the Owners Manual when something went wrong with the vehicle. I read the Owners Manual for the vehicle after I come home from purchasing it, then nothing is a surprise. Besides, Glove Compartments were named that, because of what they are supposed to have in them {;^)
Brian
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True enough. It's seldom that I wear gloves.

I find it just as handy to have it at home. To each their own.
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On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 20:08:30 +0000, Brian Smith wrote:

I have looked into my gloves compartment and found there audio cassettes, CDs, pens, pencils, a bunch of old mapquest directions, a single-use photo camera, bubble gum, a tire pressure meter, a flashlight, toothpicks, everything but gloves nor manuals. I don't remember where I put them, probably they are somewhere in my garage. Common, what manuals? I got "alt.autos.honda" ;)
Bill.
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On Mon, 04 Apr 2005 07:46:50 -0600, bearman wrote:

:)
OK, I'll grab those books when I'll be going to you, Bearman, in Bumfuck.
Exactly! What would I do without the owner's manual if it's gonna be hot there in Wyoming? Who would tell me how to turn on my A/C? Or where I could find out how qualified and what specialist I should refer with a burned bulb?
:) :)
Bill.
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Steve L. wrote:

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The plastic ones with two pockets are available for free at ANY (even non-Honda) dealership. They have the dealer's name all over them, for advertising purposes, and they want you to think of them when you're looking in the manual. :-)
(as brian alluded) It depends whether you're the kind of person who wants to keep the manual in the car, or in the house. I keep the manual at home, but my radio code is written inside the fusebox covers so I'm covered if I ever have to disconnect the power when I'm in another city. Other important contact info is in my Palm device, and I've pretty much memorized the contents of the manual.
'Curly'
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It's not that hard to reach the fuse box cover from the vehicle.
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I just got 6 of these for every vehicle in the household.
http://www.casealliance.com/case-logic-agb-11.html
G-Man

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