Not all of us have a truck or SUV to transport large materials such as sheets of plywood or drywall. But we still need to get our materials to their destination. Fortunately, it's pretty easy to transport drywall, also known by the trademark Sheetrock, with a car. So don't put off your project or pay the hardware store to deliver the materials you need. Transport them yourself on the top of your car.
Place one 2-by-4 on each side of the roof of your car. Tie these 2-by-4s down by looping twine through the inside of your car while the doors are open.
Set the sheets of drywall on top of the 2-by-4s. Using twine, tie the sheets of drywall together with a front-to-back loop.
Tie down the sheets to your roof by looping twine through the inside of your car while the doors are open. Tie the twine as tight as possible to prevent movement of the sheets.
Drive the sheets of drywall to your destination.