1. Car Colors:
Pick a time frame depending on the length of the car ride. It could be 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 30 minutes, etc. Each person guesses how many cars of a certain color will be spotted during that time. The first one to 5 points wins.
2. Odd or Even:
Each player takes a guess on how many license plates will end with an even number and how many will end with an odd number. Keep a tally and the one closest to the initial guess wins. This can be done for a certain amount of time or for the whole car ride.
There is only one way that playing I-Spy in the car will work. It has to be something that won’t go out of view – like the sky, the road, etc. Someone announces that they “spy” something and gives a clue. Example: I spy something blue. The players have to take turns guessing until someone figures out what the item is. Whoever guesses correctly starts the next spy-turn.
4. Find it First:
Choose an item like farms, people walking, motorcycles, or Volkswagen bugs, whatever you like. Then choose a number like 5 or 20 that you want to find. This will depend on the length of your drive. Then, see who can find the designated number of the chosen item first.
One person will hum a song. The others will try to guess. The person who guesses the right song goes next. The first one to guess three songs correctly wins.
One passenger starts the story with a single sentence. The next person adds a sentence. This goes on until you build a complete story.
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