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Logitech’s new G923 racing wheel, compatible with both consoles and PCs, makes racing games a much more approachable affair compared to steering with a joystick, or worse, a keyboard.

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As you roll out the solution within your organization, Thompson recommended assembling a steering team that’s accountable for providing regular updates to stakeholders and leadership.

Those sports cars use the technology to aid turning speeds, and are equipped with only a very small degree of rear steering angle.

One thing we do know the Hummer EV is doing with its suspension is rear wheel steering.

If installed in a car, Ishan says, this system might offer a notice in green, yellow or red to warn people when they faced a risk of losing control of steering or braking.

Kim Jong Un is changing role models, steering Pyongyang away from Chinese autocrats toward the ultra-aggressive Vladimir Putin.

On Sunday morning, the meeting continued in his house, partly a debating forum, partly a steering committee.

A shift to the accessory position would have also caused the power steering to suddenly quit.

He grabs the steering wheel tighter and stops chewing his bubble gum.

We could have made the production a bit more 2010s by steering it in a more generic direction.

In steering this course, great care should be taken, not to go too much to the eastward to avoid the reef which the Tamar saw.

He could tool a heap like a maniacal genius born with a steering wheel in his hands.

The tandem rider on the forward seat did the steering and the foot pedaling, and the rear rider operated the motor.

This was mounted on two pneumatic-tired wheels which were fitted to the front fork together with necessary steering devices.

In such a sea the boat was tossed as if she were a chip; but the gale gave her speed, and speed gave her quick steering power.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to steering, such as: administering, admonishing, advising, controlling, executing, and governing.

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