You may have seen me do this at the grocery store, but it’s really cool to see my car steering wheel knob in use.
My car steering wheel knob is about the size of a half-dollar, and actually has four little knobs on it. It’s really cool to see the knob in action, but also kind of scary.
In this case, its awesome because it makes it so easy to adjust the steering wheel’s angle. It’s basically the same as a brake pedal, so you just pull the knob and it changes angles as you want it to. There’s a little bit of feedback with the knob, but you’re not really likely to lose your balance if your steering wheel is on a corner.
As a car owner, I have to say that I find the knob to be a bit of a gimmick. What I mean is that by pulling and turning on the knob, you don’t have to worry about making any adjustments. You just pull the knob and it changes the angle. If you’re really into it, you can even make the knob spin by pulling the knob and twisting it.
In cars, you can push and pull the knob as you want it to change angles. You cant make the knob move, you just pull on it. You can make it spin, but theres no way you can make the knob move in any direction. It makes sense, but I am not a car guy. I would much rather have a knob that only moves one way rather than one that changes angles all the time.
I like this knob better, but I would rather have one that moves in different directions. Its just a thought.
As I’ve stated, I like the knob slightly more, but its pretty easy to get stuck in another direction.
While it’s been suggested to me that cars are better at steering than they used to be, I honestly don’t know if they are as good at it then. I would rather have three different steering wheel positions for different purposes and not have to think about the steering wheel in the first place. Also, I don’t see much use in it at all.
As for the knob itself, it is a simple knob that moves in and out of two positions (left and right). It can be used for any of the usual steering wheel control situations, like parking, or for steering into the back of the truck.
There are two positions to it, but the knob seems to be a little too sensitive for the position. I would personally be comfortable in the position where the knob moves left and right and the direction of its movement is either left or right, so I would be fine with the knob in that position.