When cornering, the centrifugal force acts to push the vehicle to the outer edge of the curve. The cornering forces on the tires counteract here. As long as there is sufficient grip, the cornering forces hold the tires on the road and the vehicle follows the curved path. Due to heavy braking, the tires must transmit the braking force to the roadway in addition to the cornering forces. As a result, the liability can be exceeded and the vehicle break out laterally.