I believe that you have driven your 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III at once or many times before reading this article. You should probably know that steering wheel is an important tool for 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III that you often make that your car in the direction where you want to go. It always seems like a “no-brainer” to operate. You only grab the wheel and then turn it no matter which direction you wanna choose. You use the wheel to make a turn and then hang on simply. With your only one finger, you might realize to drive your 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III. My general rule of thumb, I have seen someone driving with his knees so that he can realize something totally, such as type out a faithful text message or take some food. You can do that when you are driving your 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III.
You cannot become a safe driver if you cannot put both your hands on the steering wheel. I promise you that you cannot control your 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III that you want to do. You should know that you do not drive your car, you should control it actually.
As I said, if you do not have both your hands on the wheel, you cannot control your car very well. You will be confused what is the difference in driving safely and just driving. Is there a huge difference during them? For instance, when you are driving on the road, suddenly, there is a child in front of you. What is your first reaction? Your initial reaction should avoid the child and swerve out the way. However, do you think if you are driving your 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III with your own finger, knees or just one hand, it cannot be possible for you to turn the wheel safely. You will kill a child. So you should put both your hands on the wheel that you can already have lost control of your 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III or run over the child.
In order to control your car properly, you must put both your hands on the steering wheel. And the correct position is at 9&3 o’clock or 10&2 o’clock position. It would be the safest place for your hands. The accidents such as the instance above take place in milliseconds. By putting both your hands on the steering wheel, you also must be prepared for the unusual event of an emergency.
Some important things you need to remember firmly. When something is usually going to happen, every second that you never know what will happen. You can owe it to yourself or other passengers in your 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk III, all the over drivers and pedestrians on the road. They get a grip on the cautious driving. If you want to avoid any accidents, you must keep your hands on the wheel firmly. Even though you control the wheel with your one finger or knees and it looks like handsome, you should consider about the life of you and other people. Get rid of your bad habit and drive your car safely on the road.