Oversteer and understeer may be two terms that you've never heard of within the automotive world. Chances are, you've experienced a vehicle that has one of these tendencies.

Oversteer results in a vehicle turning far more than was intended. You'll turn the steering wheel just a little bit to get around a corner, and the vehicle will sharply change its course. It tends to be a bit of a surprise, but you can get used to oversteer after driving a specific vehicle for a little bit.

Understeer will result in the opposite effect. You turn the steering wheel to one side, and your vehicle doesn't move as much as you would like it to. You 'll have to keep moving the steering wheel to get around a turn or bend in the road. Understeer tends to be easier to get used to when you drive a new vehicle.

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