Dry Steering: Allowed or Not Allowed Watch
so does anyone know? can't be avoided cos in the manoevers it comes in handy or driving out from behind a parked car
who knows.. if anyone ??
Best bet is to move forwards really slowly and spin the wheel really quickly. No need for dry steering then.
But do they fail you for doing it?
Listen to Ynox, he gots a good idea
When do you need to do it that's such a big issue if it will fail you?
- So its right that you learn not to do it.
So weather you'd fail for doing it is irrelvent, just dont do it!
you shouldn't really do it as it puts undue wear and stress on tyres etc.
It may put more strain on the rack and pump, but in a modern car i'm sure you would never notice any adverse effects of this.