met an amazing girl, but a problem...

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
It normally doesn't happen with me, but at a gathering of some friends at my buddy's house, i made a great connection with a girl who i never met, and watched a movie together (just cuddling, nothing more).

Im sure she likes me because a female friend of mine was at the gathering and when i was gone she asked her if she like me.
she said yes but not to say anything to me because we just met

and we talk on the phone great, im never able to do that
sounds perfect, but we have a large problem

neither of us drive, and she lives to far to walk
my parents are always talking about how i cant have a girls over, or go over a girls house. (i've had a few girlfriends, but they lived pretty closeby). so i dont even know how to approach them about it.

we can hang out in a group but then we dont get any alone time, and my friends drive, but i cant expect them to be drivers
i want to ask her out next time i see her

and one more thing, how do i ask her about what (sexually) shes done with a guy, i just want to know to make sure shes not a slut or anything Advice
The only solutions to her long distance that I can think of are 1) spending time after school together and 2) go on double dates with friends who drive.

Since you talk on the phone well with her, ask her what her experience with boys is. She may not want to discuss it in which case you should just assume she has had normal experiences with boys.

Be sure to ask her out soon, someone else might beat you to the punch.

Good luck! George

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