Talk:Active steering

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Plagarism?[edit]

Some parts of this article look like they were copied from http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6029_7-6211390-1.html. It's too late here to check, and exams are upon me, I should be able to get to it next week. Grunglerules 14:09, 10 September 2007 (UTC)


Article Updated[edit]

I've tried to re-write this article in a more rigorous fashion better explaining the mechanical layout of the system, its function and adding references. I do acknowledge that several problems remain, not least:

Active steering is a general term hijacked by BMW to market their specific system. Should this article concentrate only on the BMW system (in which case I suggest a re-naming to ‘BMW active Steering’) or try to generalise?

An image of the BMW active steering layout would really help explain its function but I don’t posses a copyright free one.

I could not figure out how to cite the same reference multiple times without generating multiple entries in the reference list.

Only one paper has been referenced (all be it a good one), more references would improve integrity. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 138.38.72.19 (talk) 16:13, 15 January 2013 (UTC)