Do you argue with your passenger about the music playing in your car? Research has shown that the song you are listening to can influence how safely you drive.
Unsurprisingly ‘Come Away With Me’ by Norah Jones is one song that is safe to drive to, as is ‘I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing’ by Aerosmith. As for the lovely Norah, yes I will come away with you, just ask.
The research shows that, for safe driving, the optimum tempo of the song should mimic the human heart beat of 60-80 beats per minute. I have looked at some of the songs recommended as ‘safe’ artistes include; Bruno Mars, Coldplay, Justin Timberlake and S Club 7 just typing this list makes me homicidal so I personally cannot see the benefit.
My in car ‘playlist’ includes songs by Eric Sardinas, Joe Bonamassa, AC/DC and The Hamsters and I consider myself a careful and considerate driver, although I do admit to having no heart to compare a beat to!
Your heart may be fluttering a bit, maybe you have had the dreaded 7 Day HMRC Winding up Letter, or a knock on the door from one of their field enforcement officers.
If so Taxgone would urge you to take a look at a Company Voluntary Arrangement as a way of driving the company forward, safely.
We promise you don’t have to listen to Justin.
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