"[As long as] the car, my phone and the mic are tuned into the same channel, I can start singing," Li told reporters. She also praised the system on social media and has recommended the product to other drivers. There's one downside: the car does suffer from mysterious scratches, the driver complained. It's not clear whether these scratches are from inattentive driving, or a manifestation of the ire of other drivers unwillingly subjected to her "solo" performances.
Police in Chengdu are not impressed with this artistic form of distracted driving. A local traffic officer told the People's Daily that Li's singing is dangerous and definitely against the law. Someday, Li's in-car karaoke might cost her more than just a few scratches on her car. Li could face fines if she's caught singing behind the wheel by police, and her performances put other drivers in danger.