Good seat positioning means you can not only react quickly in an emergency, but also protect your back and reduce the risk of serious injury in an accident. This is because safety systems like seat belt tensioners and airbags don’t offer any protection unless they can act on certain points on your body.
The following advice should help you to choose the best seat position:
One final piece of advice: if the seat doesn’t support you well enough on bends, wedge yourself in by putting your left foot next to the pedals, and this will stop you gripping the steering wheel too hard.
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