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18 Reasons You Shouldn't Be Ashamed Of Singing In Your Car

Based on real science.

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But what if I told you there was a way to make driving fun.

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You've seen other people doing it on the road. And it's not dangerous like looking at your phone (STOP DOING THAT).

It's called singing in your car.

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It's hardly revolutionary and it's not some big secret, but — judging by looking at other drivers on the road — not enough of you are doing it.

After extensive research, field studies, and experiments (i.e. having a license), I've compiled a list of benefits on how singing in your car will improve your life.

3. And not giving two fucks about the guy who just cut you off.

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4. It will boost your confidence.

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5. And give you an opportunity to perform your heart out in a safe space.

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6. Which means quality vocal practice.

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Speaking of high notes, you will think you're becoming a better vocalist (which isn't actually true, but you think you're getting better at something which is important!).

7. And a chance to work on your dance moves.

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Which really means hand gestures and shoulder bopping, but STILL.

8. It helps you break the ice and get comfortable with other people.

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Most passionate car singers will only perform around people they are comfortable with, which makes perfect sense: it's a very raw and vulnerable time. But doing it around people you normally wouldn't is liberating.

9. For quiet types, it's a chance to let your freak flag fly.

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10. For loud people, it's a chance to keep being loud.

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12. And a creative one.

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Nobody knows the lyrics to everything, and sometimes you have to improvise.

14. You learn to live without fear of embarrassment.

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When you're feeling your jam, you're feeling your jam. And nobody is going to stop you.

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