Fully sick arm position?
2 Hands on the wheel?
1 On the wheel 1 on the shifter?
No hands weeee
Just a random poll to see lol
On a highway drive, I'll generally have one hand on the wheel, the other arm on the door sill.
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I drive with my hands and right foot.
Sorry, it was a very predictable smartass remark, but it had to be said. I don't sit leaned right back, nor do i sit up close to the steering wheel. I sit normally so i don't get a sore back.
Originally Posted by wikky
i sit comfortably from the steering wheel and not leaned right back either..if im cruising around town i got my arm resting on the sill and the hand of my arm steering..other hand is usually on the gear selector resting on the centre console..if im on the high way both arms are resting on my thighs holding onto the lower part of the steering wheel
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weres the option for cruise control and knees?
One arm on the doors arm rest and wheel the other on the console lid, just the way Holden designed it , Unless another car is comming or it's a kangaroo zone or I'm in town, then it's back to proper two hands on ready for action driving
i steer with my legs with my psp in one hand and my penis in the other LOL
Sitting in the driver's seat, upright.
It's so much easier than trying to reach the pedals from the boot.
psp, pffffft, DS FTW
Long trips - usually right hand on the wheel resting my elbow on the window sill, left arm on console
Short trips/round town - 2 hands
Seat in the ideal position we got taught at a defensive driving course
In the VT I had the seat wound back to nearly touching the back seat. Im 6foot 4 and have a ****ed back and it was the only way I could get comfortable enough to drive more then a few minutes. Id pretty much eliminate the seat and support my own back, everyone use to criticise.
In the ute I cant do that, so its just as far back as it can go, and its quite comfy and doesnt hurt my back.
Highway driving, 1 hand on the wheel resting on the window sill, other hand resting on the arm rest.
Town/roo territory, both hands on the wheel.
Since i mostly do freeway k's it's one hand on the wheel, other hand on the console (i guess i'm preparing for my manual gearbox LOL). If a police is around though both hands go on the wheel.
If it's a long highway drive, cruise control and sometimes no hands, but most of the time one hand (i think).
Around town shifts from one to two (depending on how many lights [again preperation for manual? or i just never outgrew the manual stage?]).
In city driving one hand on wheel, one hand on gear stick. High way one hand on wheel and elbow resting on arm rest.
absolutely brilliantly if i do say so myself. 1 hand on the wheel with elbow resting on door and the other on the console. rarely use 2 hands
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The way I see it holden gave me power steering so one hand on the wheel the other one fliping throu ipod or playing with the gear selector
Right hand on steering wheel, left on manual gearlever or on the console
It probably sounds a bit stupid, but I have a necklase that I never take off, and I've gotten in the habit of driving with my right hand and having my left hand on my necklase. Weird hey?
so u drive round with ur hand the the very top of ur chest kinda like in the italian **** u position??
hmmm, if u know the simpsons, its like wat maggie did when she was driving and got tailgated, she did it in the mirror.