10 Tips For Giving Super-Hot (And Super-Safe!) Road Head

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Road head is amazing. It combines all the fun and danger of performing a sex act in public, but with actual danger involved.

Now, we're not saying that giving your man oral sex while he drives is safe; in fact, we don't recommend ever doing anything dangerous while behind the wheel!

That said, if you're interested in learning how to give road head, there are a few things you need to learn about, including techniques, safety tips, and alternatives to doing so while driving (sex in a parked car is much safer, after all!).

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Of course, you can always lean over and throw your mouth on him all willy nilly, but for maximum effectiveness, employ these tips and advice for great oral sex in the car.

How to Give Road Head

1. Grab a hair tie.

This is pretty standard equipment for most blowjobs, but it's even more crucial here. You're going to be out of your comfort zone, with limited options for mobility or readjusting.

Get your hair game under control and it's one fewer thing to worry about. Just focus on the sex.


2. Unzip his pants; he's got to keep his eyes on the road!

For the most part, he should remain concerned with piloting the two tons of steel you're both entombed in.

He's already going to be just a little distracted by what you're getting up to, so don’t tempt fate to turn you into a crash test dummy.


3. Learn to love swallowing.

Pop quiz: You're in the middle of an epic road trip and nearing the end of your passenger-seat performance.

Do you:

A. Remove your mouth and let him make the car look like the inside of the Statue of Liberty in "Ghostbusters 2"?

B. Hold it in until you can find a place to stop and spit it out?

C. Swallow it?

The answer is C.

Or A, if you're a Bill Murray fan.


4. Use a cushion for leaning over the center console.

Pro tip: the center console will annihilate your ribs — absolutely devastate them.

If you don't want bruises on your chest, grab a jacket or other soft item to cushion the blow, so to speak.


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5. Stick to the freeway.

The less he has to do, the easier it is for you both.

You also don't have to deal with stop lights, passersby, or slow traffic that can allow voyeurs into your private performance.


6. Don't forget the music.

I mean, there's a radio right there.

He's going to be a little distracted keeping you both alive, so setting the mood can help enhance the situation.


7. And don't forget the foreplay... (Yes, really!)

Listen, this tip really is for you, ladies. He's not able to concentrate entirely on what you're doing while driving the car.

You're going to be pretty uncomfortable stretched over the center console, so in order to speed things up and save you neck and rib strain, give him a hand... before you use your mouth.


8. Beware of road bumps.

Remember the most important lesson they taught you in driver's ed: It only takes one rogue pothole to bite his penis off.


9. Remind him to keep pace with other cars.

This tip depends on how much of an exhibitionist you are. If you don't want anyone peering in on your action, he needs to not pass or be passed by other cars, especially tractor trailers.

They can see everything.


10. Keep some napkins in the glove compartment for clean-up.

Despite your best efforts, you might make a mess. That's where the pit stop you made at Wendy's an hour back comes in handy.

Also, post-coital chicken nuggets. Heck yeah!


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Is it dangerous to give road head?

Performing any action that is distracting while behind the wheel of a moving vehicle is extremely dangerous! Not only could you injure yourself, but others as well. Giving or receiving pleasure isn't worth years behind bars or serious legal fees.

It's also dangerous to not wear a seatbelt to get a better angle for oral sex, and being distracted while receiving oral sex can lead to accidents — whether caused by you on the road, or by your partner accidentally causing injuries to your penis.

Is performing oral sex while driving considered illegal?

While some states don't have any laws against giving or receiving oral sex while driving, many states do have laws against lewd or indecent acts, which includes sex in public — as well as laws that prohibit oral sex altogether!

The 13 states with laws that essentially prohibit giving road head are: Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Utah and Virginia.

In addition, if these acts cause accidents or, heaven forbid, fatalities, these are serious charges you could face.

What are some still-sexy and fun alternatives to giving road head?

Instead of giving or receiving oral sex while driving, there are plenty of ways to have a fun sexual experience in the car.

For one, you could pull over to the side of the road or park in a parking lot; though being caught is a risk, it's far less dangerous than letting a vehicle get out of control.

Another alternative is to take it to the backseat of the car. There won't be as much room as a bed, but you'll be (mostly) out of sight to passersby.

Additionally, you could park the car, open the driver seat door, and perform oral sex while he sits or reclines back.

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Bob Alaburda is an editor, writer and former contributor to YourTango. He writes primarily on topics of sex and relationships.