The tendency of a car to turn left (right in RHD cars) when being driven by a fatty. The driver's extreme weight causes the left side suspension to sag, making the car naturally turn left.
Although this can be a benefit if you normally make left turns, right hand turns will be negatively affected by the weight imbalance.
This effect is similar to torque steer, a similar effect found in FWD cars and caused by driveshaft differences.
Unlike torque steer, pork steer can be found in cars of any engine/drivewheel layout, as long as the driver is a pork enthusiast.
Q: why does my car turn left when i hit the go pedal?
A: lol pork steer
Source: Automotive Ins
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