Steering

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Steering

The process whereby builders, brokers, and rental property managers induce purchasers or lessees of real property to buy land or rent premises in neighborhoods composed of persons of the same race.

Steering is an unlawful practice and includes any words or actions by a real estate sales representative or Broker that are intended to influence the choice of a prospective buyer or tenant. Steering violates federal fair housing provisions that proscribe discrimination in the sale or rental of housing.

See: guidance, leading, management, supervision
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A MEMS based vertical gyroscope VG440CA-200 (Crossbow Technology, Inc., Milpitas, CA, USA) is installed at the intersection point of the articulated steering pin axis and the oscillating pin axis to provide real-time vehicle kinematics data (velocities, accelerations, and angles).
This section will respectively control such parameters as the braking torque, the articulated steering angle, and the oscillating angle when instability occurs.
The loaders have dynamic braking, 40[degrees] articulated steering through a Casappa gear pump steering system, Unideck dash gauges and a hydraulic quick coupler.
The majority have wheels and articulated steering, but there are similar types of equipment, primarily produced in Japan, that have a crawler undercarriage.
Sauer-Danfoss said its complete steering product group can be used in applications ranging from two-wheel steering to articulated steering, to four-wheel steering, automatic steering (by sensor) and remote-controlled steering via satellite.
Articulated steering, hydrostatic transmission, front-end loader, water and hiekoitussilin installation and access above the rear axle on top of the engine compartment, and others.
The articulated steering system offers an articulation angle of 400 in either direction, which provides an outside turning radius of 148.2 in.
The four-track design features an independent suspension system and articulated steering.