With practice, I've been able to make u-turns and other narrow turns by using one hand, pushing on the yoke from the front with the ball of my hand. That works fine. However, it has happened to me several times now that I thought I changed direction with the on screen slider, but it didn't take it and I accidentally accelerated in the wrong direction. I had some really close calls with that, and wished there was some sort of haptic or audible confirmation that the new direction has been accepted. The on screen slider is just dumb for such a critical function. I've been trying to train myself to listen for the backup sound the car makes, but that doesn't work as well when you're listening to music.I meant for driving. I've turned it past 90 in parking lots, and u-turns are slow maneuvers that don't require any reaction time.