Westozzy wrote:Yep wet gear bucket.
Boards in covers if put in the car.
Brush to quickly brush down kite bags, feet before getting in.
Don't have kids or a dog and if you do don't take them to the beach with you kiting, or ignore all the above and just deal with a car you will have to vacuum every weekend!!
A good brush is a must for kiting. My next vehicle will not have any rugs. Although you can get some pretty good rubber mats to try and catch most of the sand and salt water, carpets are just a pain. I think I had more problems with the car getting skanky from spring snowboarding than kiting.