Oversteer definitions

ō'vər-stîr'
To turn more sharply than the operator would expect. Used of vehicles, especially automobiles.
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The tendency of a vehicle to oversteer.
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The tendency of a motor vehicle, esp. a race car, to have its rear tires slide outward on a turn.
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The condition in which the rear wheels of a car don't follow the desired curve while cornering, the rear wheels losing a degree of traction and so skidding off the required line into a spin.
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To lose the control of one's vehicle in a corner due to rear wheels sliding and not following the front wheels.
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Origin of oversteer