People spend a lot of time in their cars. According to a Distractify.com survey, the average American will spend 4.3 years of their life driving a car. We’ve all got different driving styles and habits, and you’ll soon learn a lot about them.
It isn’t uncommon for a professional in the automotive industry to have worn many different hats throughout their career. This is also true for this week’s “How I Drive” guest Andrew Ganz. Although working full-time as Press Fleet & Motorsports PR Manager for Subaru of America, he has also been a freelance automotive journalist, photographer, marketer and advertising copywriter.You’ve gotten a glimpse of his career journey, now let’s check out his driving profile!
How I Drive | Andrew Ganz
Daily Driver: 2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek
Time Spent Driving/day: Varies!
Road Most Traveled: Interstate 25 and Broadway (Denver)
Driving Style in One Word: Relaxed
In-Car Must-Haves: A good audio system, heated seats and streaming Bluetooth
Driving Tunes: Pandora! Mostly indie rock.
Time-saving technique: Google Maps. And an understanding that most shortcuts aren’t time-savers.
Hanging from rear view: Nothing! No distractions!
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