Did you know your music preferences could impact your driving behaviours?
Did you know that people who listen to Talk Radio in their car are more likely to speed and to have been in an at-fault accident? That those who prefer to Country or Classic Rock are more likely to be pulled over for a driving under the influence (DUI) charge than those who listen to Pop / Top 40 or Alternative Rock? These are just a few of findings from the latest study conducted by kanetix.ca on How Music Impacts Your Driving.
Check out our infographic to find out just how music is related to tickets, accidents, stunt driving and more!
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How Music Impacts Your Driving
- How Music Impacts Your Driving - A Music and Driving Study By Kanetix.ca
- How Music Impacts Your Driving Infographic
- Press Release: Driving to the Beat of the Music Can Lead to Higher Insurance Rates