To make driving smoother, modern vehicles are equipped with a power steering system, which is essentially a hydraulic system that uses pressure and fluids to make it easier for you to move your wheel and steer your vehicle. When your car's power steering system starts to wear out, your vehicle will be harder to control, and it will feel like it takes more muscle and effort to steer your car.
Purchasing a vehicle usually proceeds in a number of steps. You find a car you like, go out on a test drive, negotiate a price, possibly apply for financing, and finally drive away from the lot with a sweet ride. Getting to the finish line is great but can't happen until you pass through the previous stages. Before you can get anything going, you must decide whether you want a new car or a used one.