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That's how autocross racers have been doing it for years. Gives you better control. and you can turn harder without moving your hands.
 

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They also suggest the push pull method. I don't like it.
Also, the main reason for 9 and 3 is so if the airbag blows it will cause less injury
 

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I've been doing the push-pull method steering for a year or so. I wouldn't go back to hand over hand, my arms get tangled up doing it like that actually.
 

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So is nobody going to point out that the Versa steering wheel doesn't work at 9 and 3?
 

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So is nobody going to point out that the Versa steering wheel doesn't work at 9 and 3?
This is true. I guess we'll all just have to slap on aftermarket steering wheels.
 

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So is nobody going to point out that the Versa steering wheel doesn't work at 9 and 3?
I'm going to say this, that wasn't in mind when they were designing the steering wheel. Clearly, 10 and 2 was the standard.
 

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My big concern is due to my wife's height she sits dangerously close. Wish they still made a switch to turn it off. Her chest it only 4-6 inches from the steering wheel. If the bag deploys she could be seriously hurt.
 

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My big concern is due to my wife's height she sits dangerously close. Wish they still made a switch to turn it off. Her chest it only 4-6 inches from the steering wheel. If the bag deploys she could be seriously hurt.
my old girlfriend was the same way in my blazer.. steering wheel was touching her when she drove it.
 
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