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After you gas up the car, wash, and pack up your suitcase don' forget your favorite road trip playlist. With today's technology, it is a lot easier to piece together your list, not like back in the day when you had to do a mixtape on a cassette

Six out of10 Americans have a carefully curated playlist to set the mood when taking a road trip, according to new research.

In a survey of 2,000 Americans, results revealed playlists are so essential that they may be the ultimate make-or-break for a successful road trip.

What songs make an appearance on the best road trip playlists?

Here are the top five songs that were voted for the most in the survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Christian Brothers Automotive, the survey delved into the contents of Americans’ playlists.

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Some other songs that made the list were,
Don't Stop Me Now, Queen
Go Your Own Way, Fleetwood Mac
Ramblin' Man, The Allman Brothers Band
Paradise City, Guns 'N Roses
Route 66, Chuck Berry
Drivers License, Olivia Rodrigo
I've Been Everywhere, Johnny Cash
A Thousand Miles, Vanessa Carlton
Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen
This Land is Your Land, Woody Guthrie
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles), The Proclaimers
Cruisin', Smokey Robinson

Forty-two percent of respondents said they “couldn’t stand” the music their parents played on road trips growing up, and 52% believe their generation’s playlist-making skills are superior to those of other generations, with millennials most likely to agree (61%).

Nearly half (42%) like to hit shuffle on their entire library and let fate determine what they’re listening to, followed by 26% who like to have a set playlist of songs.

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