When a rear-wheel drive vehicle loses traction in a corner and goes into a skid, it is called
A cornering skid
Traction is, at its essence, friction. It gives the tires grip, allowing the vehicle to move. Allowing it to accelerate, brake and corner. Without it(like on ice) you wouldn't have control of the car and it could spin out, slide off the road or run into of cars.
Going around the corner, Jo's car hit a patch of ice, lost traction, and slid sideways into a wall.
Your vehicle may be no closer than 25' from the corner.
The corner of a fireplace is called an Inglenook!
Well in racing it is known as the apex of the corner/ a corner.
The northeast corner of China was formerly called Manchuria.
a corner in maths is called vertices