8.1.1 Steering purpose
The steering is designed for changing the direction of movement of the car. The front axle wheels are usually steering, but this is mainly on cars. Sometimes, in order to improve the car's handling and maintain complete control over it, it is made fully steerable, i.e. not only the main front wheels are steerable - the rear wheels also have the ability to deviate by a certain angle.
The steering can be equipped with a booster or without it. It can be installed on a crossbeam of a body in an engine compartment or on a sub frame (practically on all modern cars).