Where’s the safest place to put your hands on the steering wheel while you’re driving? Is it at the 10 o’clock and 2 o’clock positions? 9 and 3? or what about 8 and four? Some police agencies are saying that 9 and 3 or even 8 and 4 are safer than the time-honored, and arguably more comfortable 10 and 2. To most drivers this isn’t a big deal, it just means moving your hands a few inches. But if you supply steering wheels to the auto industry, this stuff has you waking up in cold sweats at ...
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