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1. Left hand
2. Right hand
3. Both hands

I always drive with left hand with any cars, with the IS300 my right always holding on the shift-ball since there aren't an arm-rest. i think that is a nice place to rest your arm if it gets tired.
 

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Man, I must have been out of town when you scored that TT, Eric. Son of a gun that's a slick ride. How do you like it?
 

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It varies:

Above 100 mph and when driving spiritedly, two hands, nine and three o'clock, just above the spokes.

Normal cruising, left hand, 12 o'clock, right hand on the knob (
) or left hand 9 o'clock and elbow on the door ledge (habit from the Miata).

And due to the lack of armrest, sometimes I hold on to the hand brake instead of the shift knob...


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Originally posted by EricK:
Except at 95mph you use one hand to test the snow mode button
J/K
Oh yeah, forgot about that. Between 95 and 100 mph, just one hand.


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[This message has been edited by webmaster (edited November 01, 2000).]
 

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Originally posted by IS300#1:
1. Left hand
2. Right hand
3. Both hands

I always drive with left hand with any cars, with the IS300 my right always holding on the shift-ball since there aren't an arm-rest. i think that is a nice place to rest your arm if it gets tired.
I like to have my right hand on my chrome knob...now my palms are hairy...any explanation?
 
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