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When you turn your car steering wheel, does it turn all four wheels or two wheels in front or at the back? How can you learn to steer properly?

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It depends. However, most cars turn the 2 wheels at the front. A few turn all 4 (typically the rear steer portion is much smaller angle than front though). Rear only steering is very rare, typically just seen in task specific trucks.

As far as learning how to steer properly, practice...

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