2019 Kia Niro Touring HEV
As mentioned, 10 & 2 is discouraged due to wrist injuries when the airbag goes off. I've weaned myself away from that (after MANY years of driving), often use the 8 & 4, but also as doro6529 has said, put one hand on the bottom and one nearby. Also changing position on long trips, I have a habit of placing my hands on the right and left spokes, with thumbs over the horn button. While that may be great for quick toots, I shudder to think where my thumbs would be should the airbag go off, so really try to avoid that position.