4 quick posture checks for back health

best posture

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:

  1. Head straight and chin pulled in.
  2. Shoulders back, chest out, stomach tucked in and back supported.
  3. Don’t let your head protrude forward or lean too far back.
  4. Don’t let your shoulders slump.

Good driving posture reduces lower back and spine injuries.