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Speed out of a skid in front-wheel drive

In front-wheel drive cars, speed up when you're fish-tailing. It's counter-intuitive, but the momentum will pull you out of the skid and let you regain control. Also try turning in the opposite direction to the skid.

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Steer to the sweet spot

Strike a balance in your turns. Under-steering is when your trajectory is larger than you want, so you can't turn hard enough. Over-steering is cutting it too tight and can cause fish-tailing and spin-outs. You'll feel it in your seat.

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Tyres play a vital role in driving performance. Read our expert FAQ section for information you won't find anywhere else. It's written by Michelin experts and designed to enhance your driving experience.

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