Properly steering a motor vehicle is essential to its operation. However, you can have too much or too little of a good thing. It is important to understand the difference between oversteering and understeering. Audi Charlotte is here to explain in simple terms how the two concepts impact performance and safety.

Steering is a dynamic that affects how a vehicle turns. Oversteering simply means that the automobile turns more than the driver desires. Understeering is the opposite effect. There is too little turning. In oversteering, the rear of the vehicle takes control and the possibility of a spin-out exists. Understeering can happen when the front end of the vehicle receives too much power or the wheels are turned too fast with the potential to leave the pavement.

Try one of our vehicles at Audi Charlotte. Experience how our vehicles use technology to adapt to issues such as oversteering or understeering.

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