Street Survival Teen Driving School

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On the skid pad, a spin is a good thing. A safe way to learn the limits and how to correct.
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oversteer
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and correcting for oversteer
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Understeer
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and pushing in a straight line. no effective recovery in this instance.
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When understeering, one should lift off the gas, or brake lightly to transfer weight to the front tires.
For light understeering, more steering input may help. If the front tires are turned too far, and the tires are chattering, one may need to REDUCE steering input till the tires can roll freely, and regain front grip.
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Not everyone was in their daily driver.
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Mowing down nuns and orphans (aka cones)
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Inspite of a big vehicle handicap, this driver managed surprisingly good control on course.
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An example of SUV handling... One can see how SUVs are more prone to rollover.
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