Do you sing in the car? More than 90 percent of Americans belt out tunes to keep themselves company in the car. Rock songs are most popular among the sing on the road crowd, followed by pop music and ditties from the 1980s. Older Americans seem to prefer country music to warble at the wheel, according to the survey of more than 1,000 drivers conducted by Music in Motion. The survey also revealed that women sing more than men, with redheads comprising 53 percent of all car singers. And astrological signs also play a factor. Folks born under the sign of Aries are more likely to be caught crooning, while Capricorns are the least likely to get melodic while motoring. Sport utility vehicles are also known as SUVs, but the acronym could very well stand for Singing Utility Vehicles because these drivers tend to harmonize on the highway the most.

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