Monday, August 9, 2010
The leg should not be too bent (splayed) nor should it be too stretch. It should be a midway compromised. (Adjust fore and aft movement of the seat to obtain desired position.)
Arms should be stretched (straight armed) when holding the steering wheel at 12 o' clock position but shoulders firmly against the back seat. (Adjust rear seat squab to obtain this position.)
Any other position will not enable the seat to hold you properly and will cause you to hang on to the steering wheel thus contributing to fatigue as well as reduction in the ability to control the car.
Remember: Correct seating position is vitally important.
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