(Automotive engineering: Design and performance) Steering geometry is the geometric arrangement of the parts of a steering system, and the value of the lengths and angles within it.
⇒ The rack and pinion steering had to be re-sited and that ruined the steering geometry. ⇒ Steering geometry changes due to bumps in the road may cause the front wheels to steer in a different
direction together or independent of each other. ⇒ Combined with the car's improved steering geometry, a wide wheel and large footprint will notably improve handling and grip.
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