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Best Songs to Drive to!

Everyone likes to hop in the car, turn on the radio and crank up some tunes, but which songs are the very best to drive to? The website Insurance.com posed the question to 2,000 licensed drivers, both men and women, aged 18 and older, and the tune that came in at the top of the list is Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'."

"Don't Stop Believin'" -- Journey (30 percent)

"Bohemian Rhapsody" -- Queen (27 percent)

"You Shook Me All Night Long" -- AC/DC (22 percent)

"Any Way You Want It" -- Journey (22 percent)

"Life Is a Highway" -- Tom Cochrane (21 percent)

"Dancing Queen" -- ABBA (19 percent)

"American Girl" -- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (16 percent)

"Don't Stop Till You Get Enough" -- Michael Jackson (15 percent)

"Born to Run" -- Bruce Springsteen (14 percent)

"Fortunate Son" -- Creedence Clearwater Revival (14 percent)

"September" -- Earth, Wind and Fire (13 percent)

"Every Day Is a Winding Road" -- Sheryl Crow (13 percent)

"California Love" -- 2Pac (13 percent)

"Drive My Car" -- The Beatles (13 percent)

"Little Red Corvette" -- Prince (13 percent)

"Runnin' Down a Dream" -- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (12 percent)

"This Is How We Do It" -- Montell Jordan (11 percent)

"I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" -- The Proclaimers (9 percent)

"Holiday" -- Madonna (9 percent)

"London Calling" -- The Clash (6 percent)

And here are the tunes chosen as the worst driving songs:

"Who Let the Dogs Out?" -- The Baha Men (29 percent)

"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" -- Taylor Swift (25 percent)

"Believe" -- Cher (22 percent)

"Feelings" -- Morris Albert (20 percent)

"Papa Don't Preach" -- Madonna (18 percent)

"Firework" -- Katy Perry (18 percent)

"Mambo #5" -- Lou Bega (18 percent)

"You're Beautiful" -- James Blunt (14 percent)

"Arms Wide Open" -- Creed (13 percent)

"I Will Survive" -- Gloria Gaynor (12 percent)

"Let's Hear it for the Boy" -- Deniece Williams (12 percent)

"Caribbean Queen" -- Billy Ocean (10 percent)

"Maneater" -- Hall and Oates (10 percent)

"We Built This City" -- Jefferson Starship (8 percent)

"Total Eclipse of the Heart" -- Bonnie Tyler (8 percent)

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