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: Liam Gallagher admits he'd 'love to' reform Oasis Video: 'Not appropriate' for Bieber to tour China: state official Canadian researchers show off self-driving wheelchair system Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton to make last duet performance Drunk driver sentenced to four years in death of B.C. Mountie Randy Bachman on the pros and cons of digital music production Country artist Jade Mya still getting used to discussing transgender issues IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe on how he handles road rage YouTube’s Superwoman on her first major acting role YouTube star Jus Reign on the importance of representation This senior has a rap about respect for the aged for you to hear Pot laws would give police power to test drivers’ saliva Juno winner Shawn Mendes on how he handles success Female music producers on tackling sexism in the industry Redesigned Mercedes coupe changes lanes without us touching the wheel Nelly Furtado says new album her most raw work to date Punjabi DJ Bhangoo Dilbagh Singh has been bringing his unique voice to Edmonton radio for 15 years Video: Juno nominees on the surprising revival of cassette tapes Montreal DJ A-Trak on how too much nostalgia can hurt a career Billy Talent and other Juno nominees on why small music venues matter Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story The List Which music fans are most likely to get speeding tickets?