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What causes wandering when hitting brakes hard on car?

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Usually the condition of the road and the tread on your tires. ice, snow, even dirt and gravel can affect breaking.. Bald tires augment the situation.

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When you slam the breaks, try holding on to the steering wheel.

Front end could be out of alignment, too. Or brake pads worn unequally.

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