I Drink for a Reason: David Cross
Having lived in Eugene, Oregon, I find his abrasive attitude towards hippies completely hilarious (and somewhat appropriate, frankly).
Bossypants: Tina Fey
It is actually somewhat dangerous to drive while listening to Tina Fey because she'll make you laugh so hard you can't breathe. I loved learning about her early life and career. Not just funny, Fey also offers valuable insight on workplace attitudes. (Her bit on UVA guys is pretty accurate, too.)
Me Talk Pretty One Day: David Sedaris
If you've never had the pleasure of reading/hearing David Sedaris, this is the place to start. Me Talk Pretty One Day chronicles his life from childhood outcast to an awkward adult all from his unique, hysterical and neurotic perspective.
When You Are Engulfed in Flames: David Sedaris
By now you've figured out that I like to laugh on the road, so I've always got plenty of David Sedaris on hand. This book features his experiences in New York, France and Japan. On a more personal level, Sedaris also discusses his former drug use and subsequent recovery.
Simple Times: Amy Sedaris
An audio version of a craft book only makes sense if it's narrated by Amy Sedaris (David's sister). Her voices, characters and completely silly attitude were kinda perfect on the last stretch of road from West Virginia to Richmond.
Well folks, I hope you're liking this new series and want to see more of my book suggestions. If there are any audiobooks you'd like to suggest, please do so in the comments.