Driving for hours at a time, sometimes it’s easy to slip — or more accurately, slump — into some bad habits when it comes to you posture. Every now and then, just run through this quick checklist:
- Head straight and chin pulled in.
- Shoulders back, chest out, stomach tucked in and back supported.
- Don’t let your head protrude forward or lean too far back.
- Don’t let your shoulders slump.
Good driving posture reduces lower back and spine injuries.