STEERING & SUSPENSION

The Car Steering and Suspension Channel explains the systems that help keep your car driving smoothly and precisely. Learn about auto suspension and steering.
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How do stabilizer bars work?

Stabilizer bars are sometimes also called anti-sway bars or anti-roll bars. Find out how stabilizer bars keep a car's body from "rolling" in sharp turns.

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  • Car Smarts: Car Suspensions
    Car Smarts: Car Suspensions

    The suspension of a car is actually part of the chassis, which comprises all of the important systems located beneath the car's body. Suspension systems have been smoothing out bumpy rides for centuries -- first in carriages, now in cars. How much do you know about car suspensions? See more »

  • How Car Steering Works
    How Car Steering Works

    When it comes to crucial automotive systems, steering is right up there with the engine and the brakes. The inner workings of this important component are pretty cool. Find out all about car steering systems. See more »

  • How Car Suspensions Work
    How Car Suspensions Work

    In this article, we'll explore how car suspensions work, how they've evolved over the years and where the design of suspensions is headed in the future. See more »

  • How do stabilizer bars work?
    How do stabilizer bars work?

    Stabilizer bars are sometimes also called anti-sway bars or anti-roll bars. Find out how stabilizer bars keep a car's body from "rolling" in sharp turns. See more »

  • How Four-Wheel Drive Works
    How Four-Wheel Drive Works

    Four-wheel drive can be useful in rough weather or terrain. A lot of drivers use it just to make everyday errands a little more exciting, nothing quite like jumping a few curbs in a supermarket parking lot. Find out how four-wheel-drive systems keep cars on solid footing. See more »

  • How does vertical acceleration work?
    How does vertical acceleration work?

    Have you ever hit a bump in the road and gone flying up in the air? Learn how vertical acceleration works in this article. See more »

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