You should drive with your hands at 10 and 2
There’s a popular opinion that when driving, you should have your hands at the position of the 10 and 2, as referring to the hours’ positions on the clock. But it is now better to place your hands at 9 and 3. It gives you similar control possibilities while increasing your safety in case of an airbag being deployed in an accident.
The 10 & 2 rule was developed in the past when there were no airbags in cars, but it is still being taught in a lot of driving schools around the world.