Hi! My boyfriend is getting his full drivers licence soon and he has his own car which means he won't be walking 30 minutes to the station etc and getting around will be super easy for him. That means a bigger chance he will cheat on me :( Im getting paranoid now and I don't know what to do cos before it would've been inconvenient eg if he wanted to go to some other girl's house but now that he will have a car.. There may be problems. At the moment I know that he only calls me (and rarely calls female friends), we spend 4 consecutive days together a week (basically glued together during that time) and there have been no dodgy behaviour, he shows me his phone if he gets a text or email etc even when I don't ask. Should I be scared that he will have more freedom?
Uuuh no. It will be fine. More freedom doesn't mean that he will be more unfaithful. If someone wants to cheat they will find a way, if they want to be faithful then they will. I think you will feel a lot better if you tell him how you feel (DON'T ask him if he's going to cheat on you or tell him you think he is going to cheat on you as this sheds blame on him where it makes no sense for there to be any). Tell him you have this weird fear that he will cheat because you know he'll have more chances to cheat once he can drive. Hopefully he can help ease your fears.
Nothing of what you said leads or suggests suspicious behavior on his behalf. This is all in your head, like completely. I think you should resolve your insecurities or you'll act unnecessarily paranoid and it will eventually surface and cause problems for you.
Based on what you wrote, he doesn't seem like he'd cheat.
People's circumstances and situations don't cause them to cheat. It all depends on the person. People cheat because they are weak, and can't gain control over their desires and emotions. They have no willpower and no self-control.
Even those in love can be attracted to other people , but that doesn't necessarily mean they'll cheat if given the opportunity.
You need to trust him until he gives you a valid reason not to. You can't make assumptions and start becoming paranoid. Your reasoning is unfair to him. It'll eventually push him away.
I think you need to trust him more. Checking his texts and email? You sound more like his mother than his girlfriend. You sound really insecure and clingy. Give him some space and trust him because you're probably smothering him now.