There’s a reason (almost) every car since forever has rolled out of the showroom with a radio in it – great music and driving (and wrenching, and reading car blogs) belong together. To celebrate that, we’ve got a collection of playlists for you here to enjoy. We’ll be expanding and diversifying it indefinitely – tune in right now.

Click here to find Car Bibles on Spotify and check out more than 30 hours of music presented in 17 themed playlists. You can also just search “Car Bibles” in the Spotify app. Or if you want to listen on your phone, open Spotify, hit the camera icon next to the search bar, and point your phone at the orange box on the right here:

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From there, you’ll be able to see all our playlists and rock out to your heart’s content.

We’re using Spotty for convenience – it’s easy for the Car Bibles crew to collaborate, aggregate, and organize music for you to listen to. All these playlists are picked by our staff writers… I have a feeling you’ll spot some patterns and get a sense of what kind of tunes we like pretty quickly.

Still, we’re trying to represent some musical diversity and we’ll be adding new playlists all the time. Here’s a rundown of what you can jam to so far:

Car Bibles 1: T-Tops And TBI
Hair metal and hell-yeah rock from the era of T-tops, throttle-body injection, and blue interiors. Also some other tracks that are vaugely similar but fit good too.

Car Bibles 2: Video Game Driving Jams
Video game soundtrack songs you remember racing to, and some from non-driving games that are also excellent.

Car Bibles 3: The Heavy And The Furious
Pre-2002 metal that was probably blasted from body-kitted EK Civics in the early ’00s.

Car Bibles 4: ’80s Cruising
There’s a scene in Sixteen Candles when Jake rolls up in his 944. ‘Nuff said.

Car Bibles 5: 2 a.m. Rideshare Energy
Y’all are drunk, and I’m tired, but god knows I gotta stay out and get this bread. Here’s some jams that kept me awake while shuttling the weekend bar rush.

Car Bibles 6: Bus To Chill City
Just a bunch of groovy-ass hammock-swingers.

Car Bibles 7: Bestcoast
Almost entirely west coast rap classics. This playlist is a personal treasure of mine; it’s over nine hours of excellence.

Car Bibles 8: Cutlass Ciera Jamz
Here’s the feeling of being in the back seat of a Cutlass Ciera or some other American geriatric sedan, as your parents drive you around whilst they do their errands or whatever

Car Bibles 9: Video Game Music Part Two
Even more video game music that is shockingly drivable to. Can you identify where each game these songs came from?

Car Bibles 10: Catchy Songs From Famous (Infamous?) Car Ads
Remember these ads? Here are some songs, maybe you can remember the cars. The cars might not have been good, but the ads weren’t!

Car Bibles 11: LA Cruise
Droppin’ off of the 110 south onto Hill St, hit a left on Ord and grab Phillipe’s…

Car Bibles 12: ’90s Vibes Again
Best consumed in a Lexus LS400.

Car Bibles 13: Synthwave Sunset
Just cruise and enjoy some synth.

Car Bibles 14: Hip Hop Bangers
Just more good jump joints.

Car Bibles 15: Yacht Cruisin’
Set sail, friends.

Car Bibles 16: Now That’s What I Call The Early ’90s!
Party time!

Car Bibles 17: Relax.exe *NEW!*
The year is 1994, you live in an eight-bit pixel world, everything is pastel colors and you are happy. We found most of these songs by searching (after watching) “Shakotan Boogie.”

Come Enjoy Car Bibles’ Forever-Expanding Library Of Driving Music Playlists
Oh yeah, that’s your Car Bibles editor, as a high school DJ in like 2005. That was a thing. – Image: Clay Collins