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    Quote Originally Posted by Meaghan View Post
    Haha, don't worry, I don't wear headphones in the car. I just listen to other music (yes, I do, occasionally!) or no music.


    Excellent! During my several drives between Colorado and Vermont, I listened to Bluegrass, with a sprinkling of Dixieland. No problem with sound levels.

    [and no sirens, but I stayed within speed limit + 5]
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