Understeer vs OversteerLast Updated February 5, 2020
When it comes to understeer vs. oversteer, there’s one important thing to remember — SLOW DOWN. Don’t try to take a turn too fast, whether you’re driving front- or rear-wheel-drive vehicles, and don’t change your speed during turns. Also, take extra care during bad weather or in conditions where traction is poor — not just to prevent oversteer and understeer, but to prevent vehicle accidents as the result of those hazardous driving conditions.
Commuting is one of the biggest contributors to stress in America. Having a long commute makes you more at risk of illness, job burnout, and (believe it or not) divorce. Here are the top ways to manage your commuting stress.
Men and women tend to approach buying a car differently. Men prefer luxury and style and will make a quicker purchase. They also get the added perk of a lower starting price, simply due to being male. Women prefer reliability and safety, and get the benefit of cheaper insurance throughout their lives, but they might find themselves paying more if they’re not careful.
If you drive regularly, it’s nearly impossible to avoid ever suffering an impact with a pothole. You should report bad potholes on interstates to your state department of transportation, and those on city streets to your city’s public works department. If you suffer an impact, find a safe place to evaluate any damage to your car. If there is suspension damage, you should avoid driving the car until you can get the damage repaired. The poor condition of our roads can pose a challenge for people who live in wet areas. Drive smart and pay attention to your car’s behavior, and you should make it out of pothole season unscathed.