By "steering effort", I mean the force required to deflect the steering wheel by a certain angle to the left or right. I'd like a qualitative description of how the three fundamental steering system angles (toe, camber and caster) affect the force needed to deflect the steering wheel of a road car moving at medium speed (~60km/h), assuming no power steering assistance is present.
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