Vote 2020 graphic
Everything you need to know about and expect during
the most important election of our lifetimes

Your Stories Of The Most Memorable And Horrific Car Dates You've Ever Had

Image credit: Date Night, 20th Century Fox
Image credit: Date Night, 20th Century Fox
CountersteerYour true stories of good and bad things that happen in cars.

Boyfriends and girlfriends sometimes come and go, but you’ll always remember the cars that shuttled them through your life. And in a lot of cases, they’re more memorable than the flings were.

Advertisement

Last week, I asked you to tell me stories of your most memorable car dates. You responded with stories of hilarity, disaster and touching truthfulness.

Advertisement

These are a good read. Take a look.

Home For The Rain (ShadowPryde)

It’s sinking!

Third Car’s The Charm (Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness)

Cars come and go, but memories never fade.

Advertisement

“Reunion At Willow Springs” (Geepney)

A common love of cars unites us all.

Advertisement

The One (vondon302)

Meet me at the dragstrip.

Advertisement

The Sierra (shop-teacher)

That good old truck.

Advertisement

Penguin, MD (Teh Penguin of Doom)

Oh, honey.

Advertisement

Neutral (Rando-Mononym)

Yeah, so, cars roll when they are in neutral.

Advertisement

The Faster One (m)

Put your trust in the lap time.

Advertisement

Florida! (SmugAardvark)

P.S. I loved your S2000 vs. Alligator story.

Advertisement

“The Phantom Fingers” (panthercougar)

A proper foot in the mouth moment.

Advertisement

Call Her Back, Dammit (Istillcallitshea)

You’ll never know what the consequences will be.

Advertisement

Suffocation (anoftz)

Weed. Not even once.

Advertisement

Road Trip! (Vladimir “Polonium 210" Putin)

Those long distance trips really make you talk to one another.

Advertisement

Fault (Rusty Starship)

Good thing the cop was there?

Advertisement

Brave Driver (PaulW)

Brave for chilling while NYC traffic surges around you.

Advertisement

“Thanks, BMW” (needsblinkerfluid)

D’awwwww.

Advertisement


Writer at Jalopnik and consumer of many noodles.

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

idriveavibe
Idriveavibe

“Why would you want to chat in a parked car?” was my response.

Then she said she had trouble undoing the clasp of her necklace and she needed to take it off and she asked if we could pull over somewhere so I could help her with it. I said it’s dark and I probably couldn’t unclasp it either.

After a few more exchanges like that, I drove her home.

Bro!