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      11-25-2012, 11:11 PM   #8
kiwi29
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Originally Posted by ndog14 View Post
Surgical gloves.

JK.

I only wear gloves when driving during the winter because of how cold the steering wheel can get.
You hands never get sweaty after some spirited driving? The steering wheel was never a problem for me because in socal it doesn't get lower than 45f even in the winter

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Originally Posted by BA335iS View Post
I got a pair of thin gloves from Costco for $10. These work for temps around 45-50 degrees f. Anything below will feel ice cold.

These have rubber lining in the palm (in crossing pattern) that work for me when driving.

I can do the bus driver single palm turn with sticky gloves.
I was thinking of doing the same but I don't wanna look tacky on the track lol but 10 bucks sure beats 100 any day
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Originally Posted by cb2188 View Post
I was considering buying driving gloves for the winter but I have the cold weather package with the heated steering wheel. Although I really could have used them today when I was pumping gas since the trigger part is made of metal.
The winter is never a problem for me because of the amazing heater system in our cars, what about during the summer? Ever have sweaty palms after going on a hard/spirited drive ?
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Originally Posted by The HACK View Post
I'm going to use a very simple analogy, I hope you'll understand.
Driving is like having sex.
It really is. You can read up all you want about how to please a woman, you can look at all the diagrams in the world, but just like the clitoris, you won't know what the hell an apex is before you actually find it.