4 Things You Didn’t Learn In Driver’s Ed

This is great!!! Enjoy.

A Grateful Man

I found this article informative and interesting. It contains updated strategies for driving safely.

A snippet:

A cop I know was once fiddling with the in-car computer with his right hand while driving the car with his left hand at 12 (the top of the steering wheel, for those of you young enough to be unfamiliar with analog clocks. We know you’re out there.) When the distracted police officer smashed into a stopped car, the force of the airbag deployment flung his hand back into his face, and he broke out his front teeth with his own hand.

That, my friends, is why you don’t drive with a hand at 12 o’clock. The 10 and 2 position, once the common wisdom of driver’s ed classes, is also dead (or at least it should be) thanks to airbags. The proper position is 9 and 3, while the Italian-esque 8 and 4…

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One Response to 4 Things You Didn’t Learn In Driver’s Ed

  1. russtowne says:

    Thank you for re-blogging this article and spreading the revised word regarding safety techniques while driving.

    Russ

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