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a wheel used by a driver, pilot, or the like, to steer an automobile, ship, etc.
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Simpler alternative with much of the benefit: activate brakes by squeezing
Now it appears that talking on a phone even when both hands are on the
is dangerous too.
Switching between the different modes is done by one of a pair of paddles on the
The only challenge comes from pretending to hold a
in mid-air to direct your race car.
He removed his hands from the
and gripped the armrests on either side of him.
Then the light changed, and he took hold of the
They drove their parents' cars in the evening, their seats pushed back and their arms stretched out to reach the
is smaller than expected, and the pint-sized dials are set deep in the console.
weighs a little more than a pound.
So, even if you get the car started without a key, you may not be able to turn the
British Dictionary definitions for
a wheel turned by the driver of a motor vehicle, ship, etc, when he wishes to change direction. It is connected to the front wheels, rudder, etc
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