Where texting is illegal, so is using an iPad
Although we recommend following all local and federal laws, people in restricted areas continue to choose to text or use their iPad while in a vehicle. For areas where it is legal to use an iPad in a vehicle, most mounts use a suction cup to stick to the windshield and unsafely obstruct your views while others require you to drill holes in your floor to install a permanent mount, neither of which are preferable.
Enter the the RAM No-Drill tablet holder which is a universal vehicle base with a flexible arm that fits an Apple iPad or iPad 2 with the base connecting to the seat rails, avoiding drills. The rod that connects the base to the vehicle is sold as flexible, but reviews note that it comes shipped in a U shape and is somewhat difficult to bend, but with effort it is somewhat flexible.
It is made out of high strength composite and powder coated marine grade aluminum and weighs only two pounds. Users can mount their iPad in landscape mode or portrait mode as desired and it is a pretty tight fit, so if you have a case on your iPad, most users say you’ll have to remove it. Reviewers note that the installation can be done without professional help and takes about 30 minutes.
The RAM mount in action: