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    #1

    hand steering whell

    Here for a person who is good in driving, we say, s/he has a good hand-steering-wheel.
    What do you use in your speaking? (formal and informal please)
    Thanks,
    Last edited by atabitaraf; 15-Jan-2013 at 16:59. Reason: dyphen

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    #2

    Re: hand steering whell

    He or she is a good driver/drives well.

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