Weaver's Bottom is a very painful inflammation of the bursa surrounding the pelvic sit bones and Mrs Gti has got it from doing 24,000 miles this year in her Ibiza, which has seats as hard as, er, the plank that weavers used to sit on. At the moment she's in so much pain that she can't sit down. She's been prescribed a heavy-duty anti-inflammatory and another drug to protect her stomach from its effects. If she has to stop driving she will lose her job.
She has tried a rubber ring but she bought one in memory foam, whch works by collapsing so after 10 minutes it's no good. I thought I might get a softer seat (Peugeot? Renault?) from a scrappie and bolt it in but there's the issue of the side airbag to consider. I'm thinking I might buy her a sheepskin because they are used in hospitals to prevent pressure sores.
Any other bright ideas?