For those of you that have yet to experience them, there are certain things to look for when it comes to oversteering and understeering. The experience of these two can be explained to you so that you will be prepared for the experience and what you can do.

With oversteering, the front side of the vehicle has more of a grip than the backside of the vehicle. Therefore, you are prone to a spin if you are driving to a corner. The rear-wheel drive is going to be more likely to have oversteering because of the power being in the back wheel.

When it comes to understeering, there is a lack of grip which results in a limited response in the steering wheel. When the wheels continue straight even with the turning of the steering wheel. Knowing this can help you prepare for what you are going to experience in some cases.



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