Racks & Pinion (Steering)
The racks and pinion is the most common steering seen in small vehicle, as it offers a simple vehicle. This gearset is enclosed using a metal tube, and each of them end of the rack, protruding from the tube. The rod, is also known as a tie rod; because it is used to connect the end of the racks. The steering shaft is attached to the pinion gear, and when the driver turns the steering wheel, the rack is moved as the gear spins. These steering wheels, do not only come with an easy mechanism, they even provide the driver with an easy, and pressure free drive. As the driver does not have to apply extra pressure to ensure that the wheels will turn. This system is slowly being adopted by many car manufacturers, as it does not come with many components. Meaning it does not have to rely on a lot of components working, to provide a excellent result.