Skip to content
UE Roll Bluetooth Portable Speaker - Link to SmartPhone - $15nzd

Always take the music...and the weather with you...

OK we’re wading into contentious waters here but below is clearly THE best driving music to accompany your RentAClassic experience. However we haven’t made it easy on ourselves oh no, as the songs have to come from the same decade as the car. And thanks to our high fidelity UE Roll Bluetooth Speakers available for hire for $15 a day, you’ve got no excuse not to download them onto your SmartPhone or any digital media player, pair up and prove us right!

Drive Alive Podcasts to help you drive....alive!

Want to hear great driving music AND useful, engaging Road Safety tips for driving in New Zealand? Download our Drive Alive podcasts where we chat, banter and debate with an experienced Traffic Policeman and Driving Instructor, reminding you of the things you know you need to know to minimise your stress, and maximise your driving enjoyment. Download from the Drive Alive page on Fresh FM Radio, or search for Drive Alive in the iTunes Store.

Decades of THE Best Driving Music.....ever!

For the MG BGT & Alfa Spider S2….the best driving music from the 1970s

We’ve painted a sensational 70s soundscape for making groovy progress that would just about fit on a C120 cassette before it snapped. OK so the last 2 songs aren’t from that decade but how many cars have had songs written just for them?

Name Artist
Can’t Let Go Earth, Wing & Fire
Jumpin’ Jack Flash The Rolling Stones
Long Train Runnin’ The Doobie Brothers
Harvest for the World The Isley Brothers
Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing Stevie Wonder
Live and Let Die Wings
Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd
Genevieve Andrew Gold
Sunny Boney M
Lowdown Boz Scaggs
What A Fool Believes Doobie Brothers
Life In The Fast Lane The Eagles
Baby Don’t Change Your Mind Gladys Knight
The Groove Line Heatwave
From East to West Voyage
September Earth, Wind & Fire
What Can I Say Boz Scaggs
Ride Like the Wind Christopher Cross
London Calling The Clash
Take The Long Way Home Supertramp
MGB GT Richard Thompson
MGB GT Peter Tork



And for everything else….the best driving music from the 2000’s

With iPods and iTunes and iDon’tKnowWhatElse it became a lot easier to take your favourate music anywhere….and with RentAClassic you can hire our Portable Speaker and beam yours via BlueTooth or plug in your SmartPhone using the audio jack cable to play…as long as it’s from the list below.

Name Artist
All Summer Long Chris Rea
In These Shoes Kirsty McColl
New Jazz City New Jazz Hustlers
American Dream Jakarta
Drive Bic Runga
Soak Up The Sun Sheryl Crow
Stolen Car(!) Sting
Universal Traveller Air
River Song Bebel Gilberto
She Saw The World Blue Nile
Vertigo U2
That’s How Life Goes Janitta
Turn Around Sola Rosa
Magnificent U2
Stepping Stone Duffy
You Sent Me Flying Amy Winehouse
Like A Beautiful Smile Sting
Flawless George Michael
Yahweh U2
Twilight Stolen Module
Quartett Orbit Expereince
Cool Me Down Black Seeds



For the Saab 9-3, Spider S4 & Jag XK8…the best driving music from the 1990s

For wind in your hair, feeling not a care, and hopefully no seagulls lurking anywhere, this is the definitive feel good, fresh air top & foot down tracks from the 1990s that everyone should hear, and will do if you’ve got the roof down and volume loud enough. 

Name Artist
Love Shack B-52’s
Driving Everything But The Girl
Circle Of One Oleta Adams
Sensitivity Ralph Tresvant
Where Do We Go From Here Chris Rea
Imagining America Everything But The Girl
Mercy Mercy Me/I Want You Robert Palmer
Am I the Same Girl Swing Out Sister
Notgonnachange Swing Out Sister
If I Ever Lose My Faith In You Sting
Parklife Blur
You Gotta Be Des’ree
Prayer for the Dying Seal
My Lover’s Box Garbage
Laid So Low Tears For Fears
Everything Changes Iona
Fastlove George Michael
Life’s a Miracle Prefab Sprout
Bitter Sweet Symphony The Verve
Auberge Chris Rea
Godsend DC Talk
Breather 2000 Afterlife
Back To Top