If Your Steering Wheel Technique is ’10 and 2,’ You are a Perfectionist
According to the Daily Mail, British psychotherapist Lohani Noor worked with Select Car Leasing to find out what your steering wheel technique means about you.
They found that people who used the "10 and 2" technique are perfectionists. The "10 and 2" refers to where your hands would rest if you looked at the steering wheel as if it were a standard wall clock.
The "10 and 2" method of steering is how most of us learned. This was determined to be the safest way to steer, in terms of hand placement. According to State Farm, that's not necessarily the safest way to do it anymore, but that is a conversation for another day.
So, what does it mean if you steer with one hand on the top of the wheel? They say, you project confidence and are relaxed. If you drive with one hand on the horn, Lohani Noor and Select Car Leasing say you are bossy.
If you drive with one hand on the horn, I say you are an a-hole who has never been punched in the face but you definitely deserve to be. You see, people who have been punched in the face are capable of being jerks, they endure an appropriate amount of disrespect before they act like a douche.
I am of the belief that everyone should have to go to the "Face Punch Academy" (Trademark pending) by the age of 18. You show up at the F.P.A with a valid U.S. I.D., get in line and are punched in the face by a healthy adult between the ages of 23 and 36.
This will save us all, a lot of grief.
If you would like to see the entire list of steering wheel technique personality traits, again, you can see them in the Daily Mail article.