How I Drive | Profile of Fiat Chrysler’s Allison Singer

How I Drive | Profile of Fiat Chrysler’s Allison Singer

[blurb] This week’s “How I Drive” guest is Allison Singer, an Active Chassis Controls Functional Integrator for Fiat Chrysler Automotive. You may remember FCA’s Wendy Michalski from her “How I Drive” feature in May, so we’re excited to feature another FCA team member’s driving profile.

How I Drive | Allison Singer


Location: Detroit

Daily Driver: If I’m not evaluating one of our engineering vehicles, I drive a 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T (in Hemi Orange, of course). But I can’t wait to get my new 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T in Sublime Green!

Time Spent Driving/day: A solid two hours to and from work daily; after I get home it’s another one – two hours per night on the road evaluating vehicles and/or just getting to the places I need to go.

Road Most Traveled: Without a doubt, it’s M-59, a local highway here in Michigan.

Driving Style in One Word: Spirited!

In-Car Must-Haves: I can’t function without my music and my hands are always cold; therefore, I need my Uconnect Bluetooth Streaming Audio/Sirius Satellite Radio and a heated steering wheel! During the winter, I spend my workweek in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula – which is a long drive and the temperature in the winter can drop well below zero. I don’t think I could make that trip if I did not have those features.

Driving Tunes: My taste in music is pretty eclectic and varies depending on my mood and which way the wind is blowing that day. I find myself flipping between the 80’s, 90’s, current hits, country, and hip-hop channels on Sirius satellite radio. And, the albums on my iPhone…I won’t embarrass myself by admitting what albums are actually on there.

Time-saving technique: I am not a fan of traffic, so I like to be on the road at odd hours whenever I can. I’ll happily drive through the night to avoid having to deal with rush hour traffic!

Hanging from rear view: Nothing! I’ve gotten too many lectures from my dad about ‘anything in a vehicle becoming a projectile in a crash’ throughout the years. I hear ya, dad!

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Whitney (Gonzalez) Ramirez has admired high-performing cars from a young age since her father is an automotive mechanic and racecar driver. She is intrigued by new developments in the automotive industry and is particularly interested in European cars and racing. Read more about Whitney here.