DRIVERS DITCH MODERN CLASSICS IN FAVOUR OF 70S HITS FOR A FEEL GOOD DRIVING EXPERIENCE
Unless your engine sounds mint, cool beats and driving go hand in hand, but do you have a favourite decade to draw from?
Classic songs provide more of a mood-boost for drivers than modern day hits, according to a nationwide survey by
Out of the top 10 songs to play in the car to improve mental wellbeing, eight were recorded in the 1970s and 1980s, with Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody coming out on top. Also giving UK drivers an uplifting helping hand
With a preference for a throwback playlist whilst driving, more than 84% of the 18-84-year-olds surveyed said they often or always listen to music in the car. Listening to music releases the
The analysis of 2,000 motorists who listen to music was conducted as part of the Spanish
Simon Gunning, CEO of the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), said: “CALM is an organisation that has always worked closely with the music community. Music can help us through life’s rough times and can make good times even better – that’s why we were delighted to partner with SEAT at M4MH and we look forward to working together in 2019.”
Richard Harrison, Managing Director of SEAT UK, said: “It’s no surprise to discover just how much drivers love listening to music in the car, although I wasn’t expecting to see so many classics in the list of favourite tracks! We know how important music is to our customers, which is why all our models are equipped with Full Link connectivity so that they can enjoy their favourite bands on the go.”
I’m 80’s music all the way, lyrics and steering wheel drum and guitar playing – what’s yours and why?