My car knitting is a little strange, which keeps me from being a particularly efficient car knitter. I don't get car sick or anything (I can and do even knit without looking), but I spend a lot more time thinking about knitting than actually doing it.
It's weird, I spent almost the entire time in the car thinking about pulling it out of my bag, and if I manage to get that far, I just end up sitting there with the knitting on my lap.
Knowing this, you won't be surprised that I didn't get a ton of knitting done on our 4 state road trip.
During the flat expanse from northern Nevada to southern Oregon I did manage to get the the heel turned on some plain vanilla socks I started the day before we left. Before the day was through I even finished the entire foot and toe decreases.
The toe grafting had to wait though, because while I did remember to bring a Chibi with me, I didn't think I'd make so much progress, so the Chibi was locked in the trunk.
The following morning I grafted the first toe and cast on for the cuff of the second sock. I worked on the cuff of the second from Portland to home, which meant that I could start and finish the heel flap and turn yesterday. I'm already most of the way down the foot of the second one. At this rate, I should be done by Monday.
The thing that surprises me most is that I managed to actually knit in the car, instead of just thinking about it.