To begin with, the height of the seat, which must be adjusted so that the eyes are in the middle of the windshield. Then the distance to the pedals. You have to tread deeply, and the knee is slightly bent, because if it is carried straight, in the event of a collision, it would cause serious damage to the hip.
The next thing is the backrest, which should ideally go between 90 and 110 degrees, with the steering wheel at a height that does not obstruct the vision and with the hands in the position of ten minutes to two or a quarter to three. Once again, the arms slightly bent to avoid greater damage to the shoulders in case of braking.
For the belt, the former navigator Luis Moya recommends giving us a little tug to ensure that we are well attached to the seat.[sam_pro id = 0_1 codes = ”true”]