Sideways acceleration created when a car corners. As a result of this
lateral acceleration, centrifugal force acts on the car and tried to
pull it outward. To counteract this outward force the tires develop an
equal and opposite force acting against the road.
Independent suspension system having the wheel attached to the end of
an arm that swings in a plane parallel to the longitudinal axis of the
car. The wheel is ahead of or leads the fixed pivot point of the arm.
One using cone or disc clutches to lock the two independent axle
shafts together forcing both wheels to transmit their respective drive
torque regardless of the traction available.
The nuts used to secure the wheels to the car.
This is the duration of the lease. 24 and 36 month leases are the most
common but you can lease a vehicle for 12, 48, or even 60 months if
you choose. Remember that your monthly payment will change depending
on the length of the lease.
The individual or party signing the lease contract and taking
responsibility for the vehicle and lease payments.
The individual, dealer, business, manufacturer, or financial
institution that owns the vehicle.
An off-center or eccentric enlargement on a shaft which converts
rotary motion to reciprocating.
An abbreviation for Limited