The annual survey commissioned by Trojan condoms (fancy that!) also found that city-dwellers in Los Angeles and Houston have the most sex. Makes sense considering they're big driving towns.
So when did cars pull up the rear from behind planes, trains, bodies of waters and plain old beds? Blame our movie mythology. The car has been a co-star in countless sex scenes and much of the time it's the most memorable player. Nobody is going to recommend the 1987 Kevin Costner film "No Way Out", but the hot limo sex is worth sticking around for the first 20 minutes. And remember Charlie Sheen's "The Chase" otherwise known as the movie where Buffy the Vampire Slayer has sex with Sheen while he's driving on a highway? Now you remember it.
Moving car sex is something that looks very easy and very tempting when it's done on a sound stage but don't be fooled. It's impossible in practice. Proof is in the amount of instructional websites and videos teaching people how to have car sex on the web. It literally needs a manual.
When movies want to cross over from fantasy into reality, they become a driver's ed PSA for why not to have sex in a car. The Onion AV Club rounded up a list of flicks that prove oral sex is a bad idea in a moving vehicle. But that doesn't stop people from trying. Unfortunately, car sex of every shade has been the cause of reallife serious accidents on the road. This week a couple was arrested for allegedly going 85 while doing 99.
Listen up folks, if you're going to get your rocks off, pull over. Or better yet, find a car inside a giant boat like Jack and Rose (see below). On second thought, that didn't end well either.
A roundup of movies with car sex scenes that may have inspired the results of survey, below.