Steering in a vehicle is used to guide the wheels in a proper direction. Previously four wheelers come with normal steering but now many companies are installing power steering in their vehicles.
There are some differences between both types of steering which are discussed here.
- Power steering moves the wheels by using hydraulic or electric power whereas normal steering uses manual force to steer the wheels.
- Power steering is used mainly in heavy-weight vehicles while normal steering is used in light-weight vehicles.
- Normal steering requires less maintenance in comparison to power steering.
- Less effort is used in turning the vehicle at low speed through power steering while normal steering needs more effort.
- Normal steering wears and tears easily in comparison to power steering.
- Vehicle can be controlled easily using power steering.