He yanked his steering wheel hard to the side and, when the vehicles crashed together, he kept the full lock
on, pushing down hard on the juice, forcing the van closer and closer to the side until it smashed into a wall before running square into a lamp post.
The inquest heard Mr Murton was standing on the step with his body inside the cab and was asked to turn the wheels full lock
one way and then the other.
Just three-quarters of a turn of the wheel take the front wheels from straight ahead to full lock
Within days of his conviction came the full lock
, stock and barrel-load of self-pitying bollo in one of those newspapers he claims to hate.
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Brake very gently, swing the steering wheel on to full lock
so that you present the tyre widthways to "scrape" at the snow.
For example, how does a sudden peak in demand affect the vehicle's electrical system when the driver brakes hard with the electric brake while putting full lock
on the electric steering to avoid an obstacle?
If you get stuck on a hill, lighten the dead load weight by rolling back on full lock
before pulling away again at an angle, it should help.
screeching it continuously round a roundabout on full lock
with the tyres burning and the G-forces making the engine burn sump oil don't count in our book.
For organizations that want to exert complete control, Express offers full lock
down of desktops where the only applications that can be installed or run are those sanctioned by IT.