Usually, the car stereo, but sometimes just the sound of the wind.
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I find listening to car hi-fi to be a distraction most of the time: if I am driving in a high performance car, I want to hear what is going on in the car, and around me- if I am doing humdrum commuting- which I consider to be more dangerous than driving on a racetrack- I am even more needful of sensory data from the outside world- errant minivans swerving into my path, the Harley guy who wants to be permanently invisible, etc.
The only time that tunes make sense when I am in the car is on long hiway road trips, which are infrequent.
Jazz and alternative rock on a fairly tricked out system (for a geezer)! After a recent cd/pre-amp replacement for my car, I had a chuckle over the thought that the currently available gear, with digital control for every parameter, would certainly be the undoing of some of our audiophile brethren! Talk about audiophile nervosa! A tweakers delight/nightmare? Myself; I have the shop install it then leave it alone....mostly :-)