When an automobile corners or drifts around a curve, its steering system and axles influence where the wheels roll. If a steering system is inefficient, a vehicle won't handle well on the road when it maneuvers left of right.

There are two steering problems that make the process of operating an automobile a hassle. The riskiest problem is understeering because it involves weight and speed. You'll experience it when you accelerate too quickly immediately after your car corners. Severe understeering is tough to manage because the front tires on a vehicle lack proper weight distribution.

Oversteering is a problem that only impacts safety during specific situations. For example, if your car oversteers on general highways, you can easily corner. However, if the vehicle oversteers in an area that has puddles, mud, or snow, its wheels could slide or spin.



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