Old-school driving advice said to always hold your hands at “10 and 2.” In other words, if your steering wheel were a clock, your left hand would be at 10 o’clock and your right hand would be at 2 o’clock.
Unfortunately, many teens are still being taught the incorrect 10 and 2 hand position.
Most experts agree that it’s best to hold the wheel at 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock — for ALL drivers, not just
Why are the recommendations different now?
Here are three reasons why the change is so important:
Special Thanks to our Guest Blogger, Kimberly Quinones, for contributing this great content!
Kimberly Quinones has served as Vice President of Sales at Illinois Vehicle auto insurance for nearly 10 years. Kimberly is deeply focused on the issue of driver safety and oversees all aspects of sales, service and customer retention programs for the organization.