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I got married :)

A related question: how do you lot drive with a wedding ring on your left hand?  It's grinding against the metal gear knob and they're both going to get scratched at this rate.  Do you take them off?  Or do i just have a weird way of gripping it?

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2 hours ago, Stik said:

I got married :)

A related question: how do you lot drive with a wedding ring on your left hand?  It's grinding against the metal gear knob and they're both going to get scratched at this rate.  Do you take them off?  Or do i just have a weird way of gripping it?

Congratulations on getting married. Sadly I can’t help with any suggestions for the wedding ring and gear knob solution. 

Hope you and your wife have many happy years together.

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I’ve found that getting fatter after marriage has produced a cushioning effect around the ring.

I have indulged in some driving gloves recently, which I find hilarious!  Maybe that’ll help.

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I’ve never had a problem with grinding against my knob Stik 

congratulations btw 🍻

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5 hours ago, Stik said:

Thanks chaps.  Sounds like i'm going to have to get fatter, and/or develop a new knob gripping technique

I found getting fatter is easier than altering knob gripping technique 😊

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For some strange reason, all TVR gear knobs get very hot, so a lot of us use just a left hand glove. If you are a right handed golfer you should have plenty lying around 🙂.

Oh and congratulations on your marriage!

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