Well I haven't been able to drive a car since my off last March due to my right arm being in a sling to be 'stable'. Anyway, last week I had a spinner knob installed on the car (think forklift) due to having a couple lessons with one and easily 'passing' them. It's such a dream to drive with one on the steering wheel and I gotta say, it is a LOT easier to park with one. We've noticed my parking is about half the time as usual and I've always been 100% lined up with the lines I am parking in. I wasn't slow when it came to parking before but now using the spinner knob, I can spin the wheel quicker and be more precise as needed. WIN WIN WIN :grin: I think I will keep it on after my arm heals as it can easily be pulled out so the steering wheel is normal and put it in when I get in crazy car parks. I have a big car, EF Falcon sedan so sometimes it isn't the easiest to park in some car park spaces but using the spinner knob makes it a hell of a lot easier. For anyone who has only use of one arm for any reason and doesn't feel confident to drive, I can highly recommend the use of a spinner knob on the wheel to help. And as stated, I can park quicker with the use of only one arm now Basically it looks like this: *edit* Of course riding is still 10000000000000000 times more fun/better to do but sometimes I need to use a car for stuff (like shopping/camping) so now the hard work isn't always put on to Emma (my girlfriend) whenever we need to use the car for something.