How different genres of music affect driving habits Add to ... Featuring footage from CTVnews.ca Published Thursday, Jul. 25, 2013 10:17AM EDT Last updated Friday, Jul. 26, 2013 5:36AM EDT From folk to rap, Kanetix.ca's Natasha Carr explains how music choices affect someone's driving and habits behind the wheel Watch More Video: Drake makes Rihanna blush at the VMAs Beyoncé, Britney and Kim Kardashian in high fashion at the MTV VMA Singapore's self-driving taxi fleet trial World’s first self-driving taxis start pick-ups How does Sting's brain process music? An MRI scan reveals all Violinist Lindsey Stirling turns a tough year into new album 'Brave Enough' How Daniel Radcliffe moved from Harry Potter to musical theatre Self-driving cars could come as soon as 2020, say latest estimates Toronto says goodbye to The Tragically Hip at the Horseshoe Tavern Madonna celebrates her 58th birthday by dancing in Havana Kiefer Sutherland ventures outside his comfort zone with debut country album Telsa removes 'autopilot' from Chinese website ShowBiz News: Rihanna to be honoured at MTV Awards Ed Sheeran faces copyright lawsuit over 'Thinking Out Loud' How the British band Metronomy is keeping their sound 'holistic' LeAnn Rimes back in the spotlight with new comeback album Brad Wall 'disappointed' in deputy after impaired driving charge DJ Khaled bumps Drake from top spot on Billboard music charts A hands-free industry is driving the future of transportation services All shook up: Annual Elvis Festival kicks off in Collingwood, Ont. Comments AA More Related to this Story The List Which music fans are most likely to get speeding tickets?