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steering

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
steeringsteer‧ing /ˈstɪərɪŋ $ ˈstɪr-/ noun [uncountable]  TTCthe parts of a car, boat etc that allow you to control its direction power steering
Examples from the Corpus
steeringIts chassis offers terrific handling balance, great traction matched to positive brakes and accurate steering.The Carina Xi retains central locking and power assisted steering.Commitment to the development often varies in relation to the extent of internal or external steering of such a change.A combination of excess speed and harsh steering caused the car to go out of control.It would have made more progress if one truck had not lost its steering.On the comfort front, multi-adjustable front seats and light power steering make it an easy and pleasant car to drive.However, on road the steering is vague and the handling poor.Female speaker At the front you're in control because you deal with steering, breaking and gears.