Oversteering and understeering are terms that are used to describe how sensitive a steering wheel is to its steering. If your steering wheel turns more than what you commanded it to, then this is known as oversteer. Understeering is when your steering wheel turns less than what you commanded.

Differences in the angles of the front and rear wheels can cause understeering and oversteering. However, there are important differences between the two. If you understeer your vehicle, then you will have less control of it. Your car may start to spin towards the backside if you oversteer it.

The type of drive that your car has will also determine if you are more likely to oversteer or understeer. You are more likely to oversteer if you have a rear-wheel-drive vehicle. If you have a front-wheel-drive vehicle, then you will be more likely to understeer. Many of today's vehicles have electronic traction and stability control, which can prevent understeering and oversteering.

Categories: Social, Service