Tips For How To Have Enjoyable Sex In The Car

February 8, 2019  |  

Man kissing girlfriend in the backseat of car

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Have you ever taken a long road trip with bae and started feeling a little hot in the pants as the scenery passes you by? You’re not alone. Car sex is one of the steamiest fantasies that can lose their heat in reality. Positioning, air circulation and seat dividers can make your spontaneous sex decision really uncomfortable super fast.

If you’ve been trying to do the deed on the road, here are a few tips from

Hang Out In The Passenger’s Seat

Dr. Jill McDevitt, the resident sexologist over at CalExotics, told the site to get out of the driver’s seat and into the passenger’s side.  “It’s better than the driver side because there’s more room without the steering wheel, and no risk of your behind hitting the horn and drawing attention to yourself.” she explained.

Spin Around

Reverse cowgirl may give you more leverage and control then trying to straddle your partner face to face.

Hop In The Back Seat

The divider between the passenger and driver seat can be a nuisance, but the backseat is wide open for service. You both have more leg and arm room then you do in the front. McDevitt recommends getting in some side action.

“Lay on your sides in the back with the man as the big spoon with his back against the backrest,” she explains.

Try 69

“There are no acrobatics involved in this oral-focused move,” Alicia Sinclair, sex educator and founder of the sex toy b-Vibe told Fatherly. “It’s also the ultimate reciprocal move, so you can efficiently make sure that everyone gets a turn. Let the licking, sucking, and nibbles (if you’re into that) ensue – and feel free to incorporate your hands too,” she continued.

Use What You Got

Don’t be shy–put some of the features of the car, like seatbelts, to good use.

“I think the great thing about having sex in a car is that it provides some great props,”  Tara Struyk, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Kinkly, a sex positive platform and online resource told Fatherly. “Seatbelts can be used for gentle bondage… strap your partner in or use the belt to wrap their hands around the headrest. If you’ve got a seat heater, try turning that up too to keep you both cozy. With a little creativity, you don’t need a crazy sex position,” she explained.

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