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If you feel your car shudder at turns or your steering wheel shakes, the problem can be within tires, power steering, or steering damper.
You expect your car to run smoothly and every part of it to function properly without giving you any trouble, but lately you have been feeling your car is not performing up to the mark. You feel your car does not like going around the turns and acts up when doing so. You feel it to be doing just fine on the straight roads while changing the direction in any way does not feel as smooth. Maybe you notice the problem while parallel parking your car or it can be while going around a curved road.
Part 1 of Troubleshooting the Shuddering Car
Steps to Troubleshoot the Problem
A qualified mobile mechanic can be hired from our website who will visit your home or office or any place of your convenience and thoroughly inspect the car for any errors that are causing the shuddering. The mechanic will also need to test drive your car first to verify the shuddering problem while turning and also to determine the possible causes. The problem can originate from several areas of the car, which can be the power steering system and the differential.