- steering response
- the vehicle motion resulting from an input to the steering (control) element. Note: although the steering wheel is the primary directional control element it should be recognized that longitudinal forces at the wheels resulting from driver inputs to brakes or throttle can modify directional response.
Mechanics glossary. 2013.
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