Both, especially for a trip of over 1,000 miles. I took a 2,000 mile solo trip and having a variety of entertainment sources helps from getting bored.
It's music. Try classical ones like those of carpenters.
I was recently on a long road trip and the driver insisted on listening to an audio book of very little interest the entire time on 3/4 volume... I almost died. I need music.
I prefer audiobooks - but I make sure the person's voice is tolerable for hours at a time and the book is something that would retain my attention. I'll switch it up every now and then with music, but I like a bunch of random music so I don't get stuck with the same sound/album on repeat.
For sure you have to have both. It's great to have the options and variety. Sometimes it's a mood thing.
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