Have always wondered just which idiot put the high beams switch on the steering column. I spent many years driving on narrow mountain roads wishing I still had the old foot button on the floor so I wouldn’t have remove my left hand from the steering wheel. Who thought this idea was a safer way to drive? They told us in high school driving class to keep our hands at 10 and 2 o’clock, guess the designers of the column high beam switch didn’t go to school when I did back in the 60s. I would think that the insurance companies would have forced the auto makers to return to the foot switch for safety reasons, wonder why they haven’t?