The importance of comfortable driving

These days we spend more time behind the wheel than ever before. With traffic getting worse and little or no more space to build more roads to ease the congestion, it looks like we will all be spending more time in our cars. 

The importance of comfortable driving

For some of us, this is not great news. We already spend most of the day sat at a desk at work, the last thing we need is more uncomfortable sitting while getting to and from the workplace.

As humans, we're supposed to be hunter-gatherers, always on the move foraging and looking for food. That means too much sitting down can often be bad for our joints and muscles, as well as simply being in conflict with our culture. This explains why so many of us are suffering from bad backs and other muscular problems.

We need to ensure that we are giving the most support possible to the parts that actually need it. In most ordinary cars, that is just not happening. It's true to say that more attention has been paid to the ergonomic design of car seats in recent years, but most standard cars still don't measure up. When you finally get to your destination, you can barely crawl from the car as all moving parts have seized up. That is unless you have a luxury car.

Premium comfort

Top of the range cars come with ergonomically designed seats that offer adequate lumbar support and ensure that wherever you are going, you get there not feeling like you've just worked a twelve hour shift down a mine. The ride comfort also helps, with luxury cars being famed for their smooth and quiet progress along almost any road. It's essentially the equivalent of flying business or first class.

If you've ever done a long distance flight in economy, you'll know how stiff you can get and how jealous you are of those passengers in the comfortable, spacious seats up the front. Owning a luxury car is like flying premium every time you get behind the wheel. Sounds good doesn't it?

Comfort and style

Luxury Lexus cars for sale are some of the most comfortable on the market, having been designed with driver comfort in mind. Of course, that doesn't mean to say that they have sacrificed anything in the style or looks department. Luxury cars are comfortable, but they should also look great too. Something that Lexus knows a thing or two about.

It looks like we will be spending more time in our cars in the future, so why not make sure that time is spent in a little bit of luxury? We owe it to ourselves and our bodies. Besides, a little bit of comfort never hurt anybody did it?

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