Maybe Don't Be Driving While You Pursue Your Musical Passion Police in Washington pulled over a truck driver for speeding and found he had rigged up a recording studio on wheels. He had a computer and drop-down microphone so he could produce music and drive.
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Maybe Don't Be Driving While You Pursue Your Musical Passion

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Maybe Don't Be Driving While You Pursue Your Musical Passion

Maybe Don't Be Driving While You Pursue Your Musical Passion

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Police in Washington pulled over a truck driver for speeding and found he had rigged up a recording studio on wheels. He had a computer and drop-down microphone so he could produce music and drive.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene. I know so many of you on the road right now are unsung talents just waiting to be discovered. But please, wait until you're done driving to pursue your art. A Washington state trooper pulled over a semitruck for speeding and found the driver had rigged up a recording studio on wheels. He had a computer, drop-down microphone in the cabin, so he could produce music and drive. Authorities say he was arrested for a DUI. Please, everybody, rock out safely.

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