What is the best driving position to avoid low back pain?

  • Ensure as much of your thighs are supported by the seat as possible.
  • Don’t sit too far away from the pedals as this may put additional strain on the upper back and neck.
  • Adjust the steering wheel so that you can reach it with bent arms with hands in the 10 to 2 position.
  • If you have a lumbar support adjust it so it presses gently on the lower back at belt height.

(An excerpt from www.sportsinjuryclinic.net)

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