You still keep your hands at 10 and 2 on the wheel just like Brian the Drivers Ed Guy told you
Are they still teaching 10 and 2 hand positions in Ohio? Things have changed here in California due to steering wheel airbags, broken wrists and noses. In corporate training, we are taught 9 and 3—and our thumbs never enter the inside of the wheel where they could get caught by a deploying (exploding) airbag, causing broken wrists, etc. Similarly, turning hand over hand atop the wheel is dangerous too, as a deploying airbag forces that arm to your face, breaking your nose.
out in there, so keep your eyes on the road and keep your hands to yourself.
BTW, when driving, my car doesn't move until everyone is buckled in. Sometimes cargo on the seat gets strapped in too. My car, my rules.