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Car couples more angry than amorous

Published 18/05/2011 | 12:23

Couples in cars are more likely to be getting angry than getting amorous, says survey
Couples in cars are more likely to be getting angry than getting amorous, says survey

Couples in cars are more likely to be getting angry than getting amorous, according to a survey.

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A total of 47.5% of men and almost 30% of women claim to have had sex in their car, the poll by Confused.com found.

But nearly 60% of men and almost 63% of women have had in-car arguments, the survey of 2,000 car owners showed.

Around 10% of those polled had been dumped by their partner while in a car, while 24% of men and 18% of women had flirted with another driver while at the wheel.

Automobile ardour appears to be most prevalent in Brighton, where 68% of drivers claimed to have had in-car sex.

In contrast, only 22% of Worcester drivers admitted to automobile lovemaking.

Men reckoned women who drove Audis were the sexiest, while male Audi drivers also appealed to most women.

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