Friction produces centripetal acceleration
Tendency of car to move in straight line causes tires to pull against pavement as car turns. Newton's 3d law: pavement pulls in opposite direction of tires. Frictive force points toward center of curve; thus, the car turns.
static: part of the tire in contact with road is at rest for a short time, it is not sliding
kinetic: the part of the tire in contact with the road is sliding against the surface
Fnet<ma_c means that car will begin to slide
The car sliding is related to it's mass, square of velocity, and turning radius
Smaller turns require lower speed