Motorists would benefit from turning back their clocks at least one hour, maybe two. So say some U.S. police agencies trying to get a handle on the safest way to hold a steering wheel. And lower is better, the trend suggests. The 9-3 position is gaining favor over the time-honored – and arguably more comfortable – 10-2. The California Highway Patrol has even suggested 8-4. Unfortunately, it may be a little too early in the game to make the move. Or too late, depending on cycle plans. ...
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