Definitions for "Steering"
Illegal practice of directing buyers to certain areas, based on race. Step Lease - Lease with graduated increases.
The practice of directing prospective purchasers toward or away from certain neighborhoods to avoid altering the racial/ethnic make-up of these areas.
See Racial Steering.
Directing other motion. The jet stream steers surface storm systems.
In meteorology, loosely used for any influence upon the direction of movement of an atmospheric disturbance exerted by another aspect of the state of the atmosphere. Thus, it might be said that a surface pressure system tends to be steered by isotherms, contour lines, streamlines aloft, warm-sector isobars, the orientation of a warm front, etc. Nearly always this principle is applied to the relationship between the velocity of a cyclone and the velocity of the basic flow in which it is embedded.
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the act of guiding or showing the way
the act of setting and holding a course; "a new council was installed under the direction of the king"
the act of steering a ship
A rotation of the legs or body to produce a turning force on the skis.
Power steering is great at low speeds, eg, when parking but too much power assist can reduce important feedback to the driver about what the wheels are doing. Direct steering response means you immediately feel a change in direction when you turn the wheel and whether you've turned too much or too little.
Steering is the term applied to the collection of components, linkages, etc. which allow for a car or other vehicle to follow a course determined by its driver, except in the case of rail transport by which rail tracks combined together with railroad switches provide the steering function.
Keywords:  brakes, simple, left, pulling, apply
Simple! Two lines. Pull the left one to go left and right one to go right. Pulling both will apply the brakes.
a. & n. from Steer, v.