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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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ESC uses differential braking to counter understeer and oversteer, thus keeping the vehicle stable during steering maneuvers [18.
It is expected that during manual vehicle operations, such steering assistance systems would provide the driver with external world recognition sensor information on obstacles and curves faster than could be provided by humans senses, thereby giving him or her some leeway to handle countermeasure operations.
Comparing with the hydraulic steering mode, skid steering mode use the different speed of each wheel to change the direction of the vehicle since there is no steering device.
With the addition of steering brakes, tiller wheels eventually proved to be unnecessary and disappeared from both clutch-brake and differential machines.
As shown in Figure 1, the driver's steering torque is detected through the torque sensor placed between the steering wheel and assist motor.
The automotive steering systems market is majorly fuelled by the increasing demand for automobiles from developing economies and the rising demand for fuel-efficient vehicles, particularly in developed economies.
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At lower speeds, such as when pulling into a parking space or maneuvering in tight quarters, the new system makes the vehicle more agile and easier to turn, as it dials more steering into the road wheel.
Its high-efficiency systems integration and low standby electrical demand set the standard in the industry for a vehicle's steering system energy consumption.
The new technology offers improved fuel efficiency, flexibility of steering feel and sensitivity gains at various operating conditions, active safety features (e.
said Rick Nash, Delphi Steering's chief engineer for steering columns.