When you live in New York, you develop a love-hate relationship with the subway (and everything else). You don't have to worry about gas prices, traffic, auto insurance, maintenance or crashes ... but you smell odors no human should have to endure, and even worse, you can't sing at the top of your lungs on your way to school or work. OK, you can, but it'd make you a giant a-hole.
Singing in your car is one of life's great pleasures. It's even better than singing in the shower, because what you lose in reverb effect, you make up for in adrenaline as you stomp on that pedal for the high note crescendo -- plus, your roommate can't mock your horrible voice and fumbled lyrics when you finally come out of the bathroom, triumphant and convinced that you deserve a Grammy.
We all have different car singing styles, from background harmonizing to mimicking instruments to closing our eyes when they should probably be on the road. Comedian Chad Neidt sums 'em all up in his latest YouTube video, "15 Types Of Car Radio Singers." Watch below and cringe away: