Earlier, I quoted an article about the proper seating position behind the wheel. But there is a discrepancy, I would say even innuendo. I quote "The driver should be positioned so that, without looking up from the seat, he could at arm's length, without straining to hold a closed grip the steering wheel. " The concept of "stress-free" is quite vague, so on this score is more accurate indication – the driver should be positioned so that when fully extended arm, his wrist lay on the upper point of the steering wheel. With this arrangement, if he takes the steering wheel of a closed grip, the hand will be just slightly bent at the elbow, that is, without strain. So. How to adjust Seat: To reject his seat, and adjust the seat so that when squeezing the clutch pedal (gas) to the floor, the leg was slightly bent at the knee. Straighten the arm, and adjust the seatback so that the wrist lay on top adjusted the seat properly.