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Do You Sing in the Car?

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Not to pick on the elderly, but we all know how most old people drive, right?  Sure, they drive slowly and carefully . . . but they don’t have the best response time when it comes to turn signals, changing lanes, or a light turning green.

According to NBC 11 – Mississippi that’s how YOU drive when you sing along with the radio. Singing turns you into an old person.

A new study found that when people sing and drive it makes them slow down, stay more centered in their lane, and drive more carefully.  But it ALSO reduces their reaction time, and makes them slower to respond to potential accidents.

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