The term "tramlining" is being used to describe when directional control is disrupted by the vehicle's tendency to follow the longitudinal ruts and/or grooves in the road. It's name could be compared to the tram or trolley driver who does not steer because his vehicle follows the path established by the tracks.
A quick how-to on how to read the sidewall of your tires. Includes the width, wheel size, aspect ratio, and speed rating. Presented by Yokohama.
A basic understanding of the terminology and components associated with your car's suspension system will allow you to diagnose problems and plan upgrades with more confidence and accuracy.
The junkyard is a simple concept. Cars that are wrecked or past their useful life are sold for scrap and left to sit on a lot where anyone can pull parts at a greatly reduced price. The savings, however, can be offset by a lack of convenience - which is why it is important to follow these tips.
Discusses and clarifies some automotive terms and concepts that are commonly thrown around in conversation. Want to learn more? Make sure to check out our Building Blocks article series for an in-depth look at automotive systems.