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Yeah, listen to the radio ... as the songs playing try to figure out the chord sequence in terms of Nashville charts. So don't worry about the key, just think ok we are on the home chord which is 1 ... now it's gone to the 5, then the 6, now the 4 etc ... then when you get home pick up the guitar and see if you were right. When I was in the building trade and often travelling 4 hours a day I used to do this constantly and quickly learnt to easily figure our chord sequences, which really came in handy working in covers bands. You can do the same technique with riffs and single note stuff.
Concentrate on driving.
Not sure if doing something that requires intense focus is a good idea while driving
Yeah, listen to the radio ... as the songs playing try to figure out the chord sequence in terms of Nashville charts.... You can do the same technique with riffs and single note stuff.
To be honest I don't think idly wondering whether the 2nd chord change you hear is a move to the 4 or 5 is anymore likely to divert your attention form the road then a radio pop quiz, mentally planning a Zoom meeting or wondering what to cook for dinner. I mean who drives like a zombie thinking nothing other than the road ?