Wheel angle relative to ground as viewed from the front or rear of a vehicle.
The camber angle is always measured in positive or negative degrees.
Camber is positive when the ground contact points of a pair of wheels are closer together than the tops of the wheels.
The change between the design value and the actual camber at any suspension position.
The rate of change in camber as the wheel travels from jounce to rebound. It is measured in degrees per millimetre.