A Solution for Scorching-Hot Steering Wheels
Nobody likes experiencing third-degree burns just by touching their steering wheel. If you leave your car under the hot sun all day, what’ll happen is that the moment you grab the steering wheel, it’ll blister your skin and cause it to peel off. Of course, this is very rare, and it’s probably never happened before, but you get the point.
To prevent causing heat damage to your hands, turn the steering wheel 180 degrees after your park. That way, the bottom of the steering wheel will face upward, and after correcting the wheel’s orientation, you won’t have to way for the steering wheel to cool down.