You could have low air presure in the right front tire or a draging right front brake. Also a bad right front wheel bearing, a bent tie rod or a bent lower control arm. Additionally, "Negative Caster" of the wheel alignment (right-side) will definitely cause steering to turn automatically to the right while driving in a level area, or roadway. ......Certified Mechanic. ......."Good Luck!"
To unlock the steering wheel, insert the key in the ignition, and turn the wheel hard to the left, and then the right. This will usually unlock it. If it doesn't, remove the steering wheel, and look for the plastic tabs that are sticking. Press down firmly on the tab with a screwdriver, while moving the steering wheel.
I press my thumb firmly on the steering wheel...
Grip the steering wheel firmly.
From left to right, the pedals always go clutch, brake, accelerator regardless of which side of the car the steering wheel is on.
Spain drives on the right. The steering wheel is on the left.
They drive on the right in Germany, so the steering wheel is on the left.
In Japan people drive on the left with the steering wheel on the right.
Yes. Next time you see a mail truck drive through your neighborhood, note that the steering wheel is on the right.
When your steering wheel is out of wack with your driving
The Right side.
You should be 'gripping the steering wheel firmly ' at all times while driving. Things can happen so fast at speed, by the time your thought process has turned into actually gripping firmly, chances are it's already too late.
Turning to the right, when going forward, you turn the steering wheel towards the right.