As my daughter and I drove home from her volleyball practice in some light snow and high wind, we kept passing cars driving very slowly, too slowly even for the conditions. Every excessively slow car's driver was old and/or a female (some young females), and all of them had their chests pressed to the steering wheel, hands at 11:45 and 12:15, and their chins breaking the plane of the top of the wheel. Why do old people and bad/overly cautious drivers do that? I tried it, and the extra two feet didn't seem to improve visibility; in fact, while visibility to the front remains amost unchanged, I lost sight to the sides and, of course, my mirrors all became useless. It certainly made steering difficult. What's the deal with the hunch?