Your MINI is designed for safety, reliability, and fun for the driver behind the wheel. It is also engineered to keep you in your proper lane while driving. Your steering column, wheels, tires, and suspension all play major roles in how you control your vehicle. If anything in this system begins to malfunction, it can cause your car to drift. If your car is drifting, you may notice your steering wheel remains straight but your MINI drifts to one side. Conversely, you may have to keep your steering wheel turned slightly to maintain your car on a straight trajectory. This is no only unsafe for you and your passengers, but it also means there is something wrong mechanically with your MINI. Let’s take a closer look into this problem and discuss the reasons why your car is not staying in lane.