Should you leave condoms in your car, even if it's a hot day?
I know you shouldn't keep them in your wallet but then again not extreme temperatures either.
I don't know for sure, but I'm going to go ahead and say no. Why risk it?
With the type of Summer we have had, I would say No. I'll bet the Manufacturer has a number you can call and ask...: 0)
Condom bags are prepared to handle with the heat. Anyway, if you’re talking about direct exposure to the sun I’ll say no because you never know. But if you mean leaving extra condoms in the glove compartment, then I’d say absolutely yes! Moreover you can get more troubles for not having a condom when you need it than having extra so go ahead and be prepared.
They should be used as soon as possible to keep them from spoiling.
Better to have them than not. When in doubt put on two.
It is always preferable to have a condom in the car than the temptation to have unprotected sex.
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