Keeping Your Car Turning

Sometimes, you might feel your car turning too much while you're navigating curves in Milford. This could be the result of oversteer or understeer. It's important to understand the differences between the two terms so that you maintain control of your vehicle on the road.

If you're trying to turn your car but your car doesn't want to follow the turn, then it's called understeer. However, when the rear of your car tends to want to slide around to try to get ahead of the front of your car, then it's considered oversteer.

You'll usually see understeering with front-wheel cars more often than you will with those that are rear-wheel-drive. The front of your vehicle can be so consumed with trying to maintain the steering and speed of your car that it doesn't turn when you want it all the time. i.g. Burton & Co. Inc. can examine your vehicle to ensure that your tires and axles are in the best condition if you have concerns about steering issues.

 

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