Whenever either its magnitude or its direction (or both) changes.
If you vehicle is front-wheel drive, more than likely, that grinding crunching sound when you turn is coming from the CV joints.
It can go in either direction and the mechanism that causes it is still not understood
The Grinding noise in the passenger rear of a 2002 Explorer is most likely either a bad wheel bearing, or a brake problem. Check the brakes then the bearing to find the cause.
its either primary waves of fualts.
i think it has to do something with your arm shaft rods , because i do believe your tire bearings are fried or torn Interesting terms in the first response. What kind of car? Could be as simple as the tire rubbing the inner fender. Backer plate on the brakes rubbing the rotor. Only when turning? Either direction?
The velocity of an object changes if either its direction of movement or its speed of movement changes. In either case, an acceleration is required to accomplish that change.
A grinding noise in the wheel will either be caused by worn brake pads, or a defective wheel bearing. Remove the left front wheel and inspect brake pads. If the brake pads are OK, you will need to remove the caliber and inspect the wheel bearing.
Switzerland is not isolated from the rest of Europe. It has open borders. Most border crossing places are unmanned. Anybody can cross the border in either direction whenever they want to.
Nothing. It will work in either direction.
It can move in either direction.
It travels in one direction either afferent or efferent.