<<< The devil is in the details!
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Currently in limbo:
Current wisdom no longer tells us to hold a car steering wheel with our hands positioned at 2 and 10 o'clock but at 4 and 8 o'clock. The reason given is that the airbag, if it inflated, would drive our 2/10 o'clock hands into our face and possibly break one or both wrists.
What no one mentions is the stress that holding one's wrists rolled outward at 4 and 8 o'clock places on them. Fred Herring first noticed this on the long commute he shared with co-workers from northern Virginia to their office northeast of Baltimore, Maryland, which he mistakenly attributed it to twice daily driving on Interstate 95 under Baltimore harbor. His diagnosis? Carpool tunnel syndrome, of course.
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