You should position your car in the right hand lane or as close to the right side of the road as is reasonable.
I agree, some drivers turn left before they turn right or turn right before they turn left, that's a no-no.
Car turning right has the right away. Car turning from left has to yield the right away to cars coming strait or turning right this is the law in all 50 states
The left tire will lift if your turning right
Due to centrifugal force, when turning left, the left side of the car will life. The same goes for right handed turns. If turning right, the right side of your car will have less weight on it. The weight will always be on the outside of the curve. Hope this helps :)
Use the position of your vehicle to communicate your intentions to change lanes. Position the vehicle in the right side of your lane before turning right and move toward the center line when you are about to turn left.
right turning car
you have a wheel bearing going out my friend,
That would be the inside diameter of the circle created by turning the steering wheel completely left or right.
Tires may be too big for your car.
If you lowered the car or had suspension/strut work done you can be rubbing The body in the boot?
easy when you see a car making a right or left turn