I found a solution. Don't have drinks in the car. It's bad driving practice and if there's a spill it might damage the trim. Works for me.
I'm not sure what Lmao means, but allow me to further explain the point I was making. Driving a motor car is a highly demanding task that requires 100% mental and physical application. Unfortunately, these skills are not always in evidence, so over 32,000 Americans die in road "accidents" each year - better called road "errors of driver judgement". I can't prove it, but I think cup holders are a major factor.
Thank you Mr. Rogers.
Lmao means "laugh your a** off". Since Lexus is the most restrictive automaker making things as safe as possible and even taking it as far as locking the navigation system while driving they still managed to put cup holders in the car. Obviously they are not very concerned.
Who is Mr. Rogers? Lexus are very concerned. That's why they have all those electronic devices and airbags in the car - so that people who drink and drive might have a chance when they have an accident.