If you are looking to spice things up on Valentine's Day, you may want to know what you are getting into!

With the most romantic day of the year almost upon us, it got me to thinking about what the law in the State of Maine is, regarding "making whoopee" in a vehicle. First of all, it's too damn cold to be doing that, but that is just my personal opinion.

Necking in a parked car is practically a rite of passage as a teenager, and there are plenty of movies and tv shows, where the cop shines the flash light in the window, to break up the action. So, how far is too far?

So when doing a little research on the subject, here is what I found from the State of Maine!

Under the law, motor vehicles that are parked on a public way are still considered a public place, so if found to be engaging in a sexual act while in a motor vehicle, one may still be charged with indecent exposure, as well.

What qualifies as a public place? Pretty much anywhere that is both open and accessible to whoever desires to go there. Think beaches, parks, and streets. It can, however, be illegal for you to engage in the act inside your car, even if you are in your driveway, if you are in the view of people.

Is it considered a felony? If you did get busted, you can face misdemeanor charges. If convicted, you could spend 6 months in jail, and possibility probation, which may include community service, therapy, and counseling.

There you have it! Maybe if you want to spice up your love life, maybe just rent a hotel room, this Valentine's Day.

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